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23 to 25 November 2022 | By invitation only

COT7

The seventh session of the Committee on Transport will be held at the United Nations Conference Centre in Bangkok from 23 to 25 November 2022. The Committee session will be held in a hybrid format including in-person participation and virtually via videoconference. Invitation will be extended to member States, associate members of ESCAP, international organizations, and transport stakeholders to  participate in the Committee session.

The Committee will discuss matters of strategic importance to regional transport development, regional cooperation and the formulation of regional policies to advance sustainable transport development in the region in line with existing regional and global mandates such as the newly adopted Regional Action Programme for Sustainable Transport Development in Asia and the Pacific (2022-2026), related ESCAP resolutions and the Decade of Action for achieving the Sustainable Development Goals, among others. The Committee will also provide participants with a forum to exchange views and discuss policies to advance economic, environmental and social sustainability of the transport sector in the region.

The working languages of the Committee will be the four official languages of the Commission, namely, Chinese, English, French and Russian. Agenda, programme and documents for the Committee is available in official documents tab.

For further information please contact: Transport Division ([email protected]) with cc to Mr. Bekhzod Rakhmatov ([email protected])

23 Nov 2022
09:30
10:00
Registration
10:00
10:30
Agenda Item 1: Opening of the session

(a) Opening of the session
(b) Election of officers
(c) Adoption of the agenda

10:30
12:00
Agenda Item 2: Review of the implementation of the Regional Action Programme for Sustainable Transport Development in Asia and the Pacific (2022-2026)
High-level roundtable: Achieving transport-related Sustainable Development Goals through sustainable, inclusive and resilient transport development in the region.
12:00
14:00
Lunch
12:00
12:30
Side event: Sustainable Mobility for Asia and the Pacific #RoadSafetyMatters
14:00
15:00
Agenda Item 2: Review of the implementation of the Regional Action Programme for Sustainable Transport Development in Asia and the Pacific (2022-2026) (continued)
15:00
16:00
Agenda Item 3: Major issues in transport

(a) Efficient and resilient transport and logistics networks and mobility for economic growth

24 Nov 2022
10:00
10:30
Agenda Item 3: Major issues in transport (continued)

(a) Efficient and resilient transport and logistics networks and mobility for economic growth (continued)

10:30
12:00
Agenda Item 3: Major issues in transport (continued)

(b) Environmentally sustainable transport systems and services

12:00
14:00
Lunch
12:30
14:00
Side event: Opportunities and Challenges: Stringent Vehicle Emissions Standards and Electric Vehicle Technology for Heavy-Duty Vehicles in ASEAN Countries
14:00
15:30
Agenda Item 3: Major issues in transport (continued)

(c) Safe and inclusive transport and mobility

15:30
16:00
Agenda Item 4: Other matters
25 Nov 2022
09:00
12:00
Side event: Expert Group Meeting on Sustainable Maritime Connectivity in the Pacific
12:00
12:30
Distribution of the draft report of the Committee on Transport, seventh session
12:30
14:00
Lunch
12:00
13:30
Side event: North-South Corridor: Opportunities and Challenges
12:30
13:30
Side event: Data Driven Sustainable Urban Transport in ASEAN Metropolitan Regions
14:00
15:45
Agenda Item 5: Adoption of the report of the Committee
15:45
16:00
Closing of the session
Nov
23
2022
Side event: Sustainable Mobility for Asia and the Pacific #RoadSafetyMatters

12:00 - 12:30 hrs. Bangkok, Thailand

Nov
24
2022
Side event: Opportunities and Challenges: Stringent Vehicle Emissions Standards and Electric Vehicle Technology for Heavy-Duty Vehicles in ASEAN Countries

12:30 - 14:00 hrs. Hybrid meeting, CR-3, UNCC, Bangkok, Thailand

Nov
25
2022
Side event: Expert Group Meeting on Sustainable Maritime Connectivity in the Pacific

09:00 - 12:00 hrs. Bangkok, Thailand

Nov
25
2022
Side event: North-South Corridor: Opportunities and Challenges

12:00 - 13:30 hrs. Bangkok, Thailand

Nov
25
2022
Side event: Data Driven Sustainable Urban Transport in ASEAN Metropolitan Regions

12:30 - 13:30 hrs. Hybrid meeting, UNCC, Bangkok, Thailand

General

The seventh session of Committee on Transport will take place from 23 to 25 November 2022 in a hybrid modality at the United Nations Conference Centre in Bangkok and online. 

For online participants, the Zoom videoconferencing platform provides live simultaneous interpretation in the four official languages of the Commission. Details on how to choose an interpretation channel will be provided in the Zoom participation guide distributed to confirmed participants. International sign language interpretation will be provided for the duration of the Committee. Real-time captioning will also be made available at the specific link which will be shared in due course. (Kindly note the link will be activated when the session begins).
 

Credentials

Each delegation is required to submit a letter of credentials, duly signed by the appropriate authority of the respective Government, at the earliest convenience but before 21 November 2022. Only delegates who appear on the credentials will be recognized in the list of participants.

Letters of credentials can be sent to the Transport Division via email to [email protected]

In addition to submitting a letter of credentials, each delegate who appears in the aforementioned letter of credentials is required to register online as soon as possible before 21 November at https://indico.un.org/e/CTR7.

Only registration of accredited delegates will be accepted. Please note that registering online prior to the meeting is mandatory in accordance with standard United Nations security procedures to facilitate security clearance and entrance to the premises.
 

Registration and identification badges

In order to facilitate the registration process participants are REQUIRED to register online at https://indico.un.org/e/CTR7 well in advance, but no later than 21 November 2022 to facilitate smooth coordination of the issuance of photo badges as well as the compilation of the list of participants.

Please note that prior online registration is mandatory in line with standard security procedures to facilitate security clearance and entrance to the premises. A document containing tips on completing the online registration on behalf of another participant can be accessed on the registration portal, noted above.

Participants who have registered online can obtain photo badges at the registration counter, located on the Ground Level, UNCC, from 08:00 to 10:00 hours on the opening day of the event.

Participants who are not able to register online during the times indicated above are requested to do so upon their arrival at UNCC and before going to the conference room. Only the names of duly registered participants will be included in the list of participants.

For identification and security reasons, all participants are REQUIRED to wear their meeting badges at all times while they are in the UN complex, which include meetings and social functions. The loss of a meeting badge should be immediately communicated to the registration counter or the UN security, so that the incident could be recorded, and a new badge can be issued.
 

Communications

Mail intended for participants during the session should be addressed as follows:

(Name of delegate)
c/o Mr. Weimin Ren
Director
Transport Division
ESCAP, United Nations Building
Rajdamnern Nok Avenue
Bangkok 10200
Thailand
e-mail address: [email protected]
 

 

Meeting documents

Pre-session documents are available in Chinese, English, French and Russian and are posted on the Agenda and Official Documents page of the Committee website. 

The secretariat has adopted a paperless approach to meetings. As a result, participants are expected to get acquainted with all the meeting documents prior to the meeting. Should participants wish hard copies of the documents, they are expected to bring them to the meeting. These documents will be made available prior to the session at https://www.unescap.org/events/2022/committee-transport-seventh-session. Hard copy will only be made available upon request (print on demand service) and only one set per member State delegation.

Meeting organizers are encouraged to avoid handing out print copies of documents, newsletters, flyers or other such material. As an alternative, they are urged to use innovative and eco-friendly means to deliver such information, such as using QR codes, social media, website or email.
 

Daily subsistence allowance

N/A

Health and vaccination Health and vaccination

Upon arrival at the port of entry in Thailand, participants who are nationals of or have traveled from/through countries listed below, which have been declared Yellow Fever infected areas, must provide an International Health Certificate proving that they have received a valid Yellow Fever vaccination at the Health Control Office upon arrival before proceeding to immigration. A valid vaccination certificate means that the vaccine was administered at least 10 days prior to travel to the affected country. The International Health Certificate must also be submitted together with the visa application form.

The countries/areas listed below have been declared yellow fever infected areas (Source: Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Thailand dated 03 November 2022):

  1. Angola
  2. Argentina
  3. Benin
  4. Bolivia
  5. Brazil
  6. Burkina Faso
  7. Burundi
  8. Cameroon
  9. Central African Republic
  10. Chad
  11. Colombia
  12. Congo
  13. Republic of the Congo
  14. Cote d’Ivoire
  15. Ecuador
  16. Equatorial Guinea
  17. Ethiopia
  18. French Guiana
  19. Gabon
  20. Gambia
  21. Ghana
  22. Guinea
  23. Guinea-Bissau
  1. Guyana
  2. Kenya
  3. Liberia
  4. Mali
  5. Mauritania
  6. Niger
  7. Nigeria
  8. Panama
  9. Paraguay
  10. Peru
  11. Rwanda
  12. Sao Tome & Principe
  13. Senegal
  14. Sierra Leone
  15. Somalia
  16. Sudan
  17. Suriname
  18. Tanzania
  19. Togo
  20. Trinidad & Tobago
  21. Uganda
  22. Venezuela

Zika virus

Zika is endemic in Thailand and cases have been reported amongst tourists. All travelers are advised to protect themselves from mosquito bites while in Thailand. Given possible transmission of the disease to unborn babies, pregnant women should consider postponing travel to Thailand or talk to their doctor about the implications of traveling to Thailand during this time.

In addition to the above, Medical Services Division at UNHQs advises that pregnant UN personnel should not undertake duty travel or be relocated to countries/areas where local transmission of Zika virus is known to occur. Women who are seeking pregnancy should obtain individual advice from their medical practitioner on risk management regarding their plans to travel into a Zika-affected area. For further information, please refer to the Zika virus FAQ.

Information on other non-vaccine preventable diseases to watch out for while in Thailand can be found here: Thailand - Traveler view | Travelers' Health | CDC.

Air pollution and Health

Bangkok, like many metropolitan Asian cities in the world, is periodically affected by high levels of air pollution, with haze and high concentrations of PM2.5 particularly of concern for sensitive groups.

The Tourism Authority of Thailand advises tourists to monitor Bangkok’s air pollution and take precautions when necessary. People who have existing asthma or are particularly vulnerable to the effects of air pollution should consult their treating physician as to whether a trip to Bangkok is advisable at this time. Information on the Air pollution can be found Air4Thai website, maintained by the government of Thailand with daily information on air pollution.

Insurance and emergency medical service

Delegates are strongly encouraged to subscribe to a travel or health insurance which is valid in the Kingdom of Thailand, in order to cover any medical bills or hospitalization fees. In case of medical emergency, please call 1669. The nearest hospital to the UNCC is Bangkok Adventist (Mission) Hospital, which has English speaking medical support staff +662-282-1100.

When feeling unwell while in the UNCC: Anyone who feels unwell while already within the UNCC is advised to call any medical service staff at +66 2288 1352/1353/1761 during business hours, for further guidance. After business hours, they are advised to call the UN Medical Officer at +66 2288 1353 for further guidance. In case of a medical emergency within the UNCC, they are advised to call UN Security at +66 2288 1102/1120 for assistance in calling an ambulance.

Visa requirements Visa and entry requirements

Visa Requirements

Participants are REQUIRED to obtain an appropriate entry visa from the Royal Thai Embassy or the Royal Thai Consulate-General before entering Thailand, EXCEPT for those nationals listed at List of Countries entitled for Visa Exemption and Visa on Arrival.

Please note that participants holding UN Laissez-Passer (UNLP) travelling on official business to Thailand are also REQUIRED to obtain an appropriate visa before entering.

To apply for an appropriate entry visa to Thailand, participants are required to contact their nearest Royal Thai Embassy or Consulate-General for the most updated information regarding visa application procedures and required documents. The list of Royal Thai Embassy/Consulate-General can be found at https://www.thaiembassy.org.

Participants who wish to apply for a visa outside their country of residence or reside in a country where there is no Royal Thai Embassy or Consulate, should check with the meeting organizer for the location where it is possible for them to apply for a Thai visa. Please note that certain nationalities, for security reasons, are not allowed to apply for a visa except at the Royal Thai Embassy or Consulate-General which has jurisdiction over the concerned territory.

Participants who may need further assistance from ESCAP on their visa application should contact the meeting organizer, well in advance, for necessary action.

Participants who wish to apply for a visa on arrival at Suvarnabhumi International Airport or Don Muang International Airport should follow the below requirements:

  1. The applicant must possess a passport from the list of countries whose nationals are eligible to apply for visa on arrival (List of countries entitled for Visa on Arrival) with the validity of more than 30 days, at least one completely blank page, and be in possession of a valid return ticket with date of departure within 15 days of the date of entry.
  2. The applicant must fill out an application form, which is available at the Visa-on-Arrival counter at the airport, supply one recent passport-sized photograph and a fee of Thai Baht (THB) 2,000.
  3. An online application is available at Visa On Arrival (immigration.go.th). Upon presentation of printed Transaction Reference Number (TRN) the applicant could obtain the visa at the Visa-on-Arrival counter at the airport before proceeding for immigration procedures.
  4. The applicant must provide proof of means of living expenses at the amount of THB 10,000 per person or THB 20,000 per family.

NOTE: The information provided above is accurate as of October 2022.

Accessibility support for persons with disabilities Accessibility support for persons with disabilities

The UNCC is fully wheelchair-accessible and houses the Accessibility Centre on Level 1. For more information, please visit the Accessibility Centre’s webpages

Travel Advisory Travel Advisory

Visitors are advised to be respectful of Thai customs at all times. Please note that Thailand has laws against making negative comments about the institution of the monarchy. Such laws are strictly enforced and are applicable to spoken, written, gestures and electronic communication, including social media.

Transport to attend meetings Transport to attend meetings

Participants need to make their own transport arrangements to and from the UNCC. Metered taxis are readily available in the city and you may also book your transportation via applications such as Grab and Volt. Some hotels close to the UN building may provide complimentary transfer service on fixed schedule, to and from the UNCC, so please check with the hotel concierge.

Transport from and to Airport Transport from and to Airport

Participants need to make their own transportation arrangements from Suvarnabhumi International Airport or Don Mueang International Airport to their respective hotels. For the Airport Rail Link, an express and commuter rail connecting to Makkasan Station (MRT subway Petchaburi Station) and Phayathai Station (BTS Skytrain), passengers should go to Level B. Detailed information can be found at https://www.srtet.co.th/index.php/en/.

Electric taxis (EVsociety/VIP) are currently available at the Suvarnabhumi International Airport. The counter is located next to the main taxi area. The service is available 24 hours and can be pre-booked via:

Line ID: @evsociety
Phone: +66 2039 8888
Email: [email protected]
EV Society Facebook

Metered-taxi and bus services are readily available at the airport. More information is available at https://www.bangkokairportonline.com

To use the airport limousine service, participants should only contact the authorized officials at the counters located in the airport arrival zone. These officials will issue a ticket for the assignment of a limousine for transporting passengers to the desired destination, upon request. The Suvarnabhumi International Airport limousine service counters are located on Level 2 at Baggage Claim and Arrival Hall exits, channels A, B and C.

For public taxis, participants are advised to proceed to the Level 1 of the Passenger Terminal, between exit doors 4 and 7, outdoor area, where they will find automatic dispensing machines from which they can collect a queuing ticket for a public taxi. In addition to toll fees, there is a THB 50 surcharge to be added to the meter charge from the airport to the city. Please refer to the airport website noted above for details.

Safety and Security Safety and Security

For security and safety reasons, participants are reminded NOT to leave their belongings unattended. Belongings left unattended within the UNCC may be removed to the nearest Lost and Found counter or the Security Operations Centre.

All drone unmanned aircrafts are prohibited from flying over the UNCC as per the security requirements.

All occupants of the UNCC MUST comply at all times with all lawful directions given by the officers of the United Nations Security and Safety Section. Failure to do so may lead to the participant’s removal from the UNCC.

Contact numbers:

UN Security
Security Control Centre (24/7): +66.2.2881102
UN Security Emergency Number: +66.2.2881100
Mobile +66.81.8078471

Thailand Emergency Numbers:
Police general emergency call: 191
Fire: 199
Ambulance and rescue: 1669/1554
Tourism Police: 1155

Zero Tolerance towards harassment

The United Nations has a zero-tolerance policy for any form of harassment, including sexual harassment, and will deal with such complaints promptly. Please refer to the United Nations Code of Conduct and report any incident to the Security and Safety Section either in person or by phone at +66 2288 1102.

Security protocols for UN personnel

In line with security procedures for UN staff, travel notification through the Travel Request Information Process (TRIP) is required prior to any official travel. Upon notification of travel on TRIP, UN staff members will automatically receive an updated security advice for UN visitors to Thailand. Please visit https://dss.un.org to apply for this travel notification.

In addition, the UN Department of Safety and Security requires all UN personnel, including interns and consultants, to complete the mandatory BSAFE Security Awareness Training These security certifications are required to be completed, prior to having commenced official travel.

Prayer and meditation rooms Prayer and meditation rooms

Prayer and meditation rooms are located in front of ESCAP Hall on Level 2, UNCC.

Postal services Postal services

Postal services are available at the United Nations branch of Thailand Post, located on the Ground Level of UNCC. It is open from 08:00 to 16:00 hours, Monday through Friday. The office can be contacted at extension 2911.

Internet services Internet services

Free wireless internet access is available in all conference and meeting rooms and in the public areas of the UNCC. Please use UN-WiFi, no password is required. Use of internet at UNCC is governed by relevant Organizational policies and guidelines. Failure to adhere to policies may result in revoking of those services.

Hotel accommodation Hotel accommodation

Hotels, located relatively close to ESCAP or by mass-transit routes, may be used by participants, should they choose to. The selection of hotels at a walking distance from the UNCC is encouraged to reduce participants’ local travel emissions and their exposure to traffic. Click here for a list of hotels, with indicative prices.

NOTE: ESCAP cannot vouch for accuracy of the information or rates contained in the document. The list is meant purely for reference and for ease of participants. The special discount rates provided are subject to change without notice. Please confirm the room rates with the hotel directly.

Participants are responsible for booking their own rooms and are requested to contact the hotel well in advance. Any cancellations, postponements or other changes should be reported to the hotel. Rooms not occupied may be charged to the participants as per the hotel’s policies.

Before departure from Bangkok, participants should settle directly with the respective hotels all accounts, including room charges and other expenses, such as for local and long-distance telephone calls, Internet usage, business center usage, laundry, room and hotel transportation services, mini-bar items, as well as restaurant and bar services. Participants are also responsible for any charges incurred with respect to rooms remaining vacant owing to late arrival or rescheduled departure for which inadequate prior notice is given.

Floor plans UNCC Floor plans

The UNCC floor plans are available at https://www.unescap.org/uncc/our-rooms. The UN buildings are smoke-free. Smoking is permitted only in the designated areas outside of the buildings and in the UNCC, the designated smoking area is outside of the Public Foyer.

Catering services Catering services

Operating hours

Catering services are available at the following locations:

  • International Cafeteria (Level 1, UNCC), which serves breakfast from 7.30 to 10.00 hours, and Thai, Halal and International menus for lunch from 11:00 to 14:00 hours on Monday through Friday.
  • Coffee Corner (Level 1, UNCC), which serves assortment of bakery pastries and beverages, is open from 07:00 to 17:00 hours on Monday through Friday.
  • Rajapruek Lounge (Ground Level, UNCC), which serves light meals and beverages, is open from 07:00 to 17:00 hours on Monday through Friday.

In line with the Sustainable United Nations (SUN) and Environmental Management System (EMS} principles, no single use plastic is available in the UNCC. Single-use food and drink containers have been banned within the UN compound in Bangkok. When purchasing coffee/tea at the Coffee Corner, meeting participants will be asked to pay a deposit of THB 100 for a cup, which will be returned upon return of the cup.

Dining venues at the UNCC also do not provide food storage boxes, plastic cutlery or straws for take-away orders. Diners wishing to take food away are advised to bring their own reusable food containers.

Banking facilities Banking facilities

Banking services are available at the Siam Commercial Bank, United Nations Branch, located on Level 1 of the Service Building, from 08:30 to 15:30 hours during weekdays. (telephone extension 2168).

Siam Commercial Bank ATMs can be found near the registration desk, on the Ground Level of UNCC, and near its UN Branch office, noted above.

Click on the flags or names to download the statements.

Agenda Item 2 Review of the implementation of the Regional Action Programme for Sustainable Transport Development in Asia and the Pacific (2022-2026)
High-level roundtable: Achieving transport-related Sustainable Development Goals through sustainable, inclusive and resilient transport development in the region
Agenda Item 4 Other matters

TENTATIVE LIST OF PARTICIPANTS
    
MEMBERS;

Armenia
H.E. Mr. Vahram Kazhoyan, Ambassador, Permanent Representative of the Republic of Armenia to ESCAP 
Mr. Khachik Sogomonyan, Head, Department of Policy, Licensing and Permits of Motor and Transport, Ministry of Territorial Administration and Infrastructure

Australia
Ms. Julia Feeney, Minister and Deputy Head of Mission and Permanent Representative to ESCAP, Australian Embassy, Bangkok 
Mr. Michael Carey, Deputy Permanent Representative to ESCAP, Australian Embassy, Bangkok

Azerbaijan
H.E. Mr. Rahman Hummatov, Deputy Minister, Ministry of Digital Development and Transport 
Mr. Teymur Abbasov, Chief Adviser, International Cooperation Department, Ministry of Digital Development and Transport 
Ms. Aytan Turabova, Leading Adviser, Transport Policy Department, Ministry of Digital Development and Transport 

Bangladesh
Mr. S.M. Ferdous Alam, Additional Secretary (Organization-1), Ministry of Shipping
Mr. Golam Sadeq, Chairman, Bangladesh Inland Water Transport Authority
Mr. Md. Anisur Rahman, Joint Secretary, Road Transport and Highways Division
Mr. Syed Rashedul Hossen, Economic Minister and Alternate Permanent Representative to ESCAP, Embassy of the People's Republic of Bangladesh
Mr. Rahima Akter, Joint Secretary, Bridges Division 
Mr. Mir Alamgir Hossain, Deputy Secretary, Bridges Division
Mr. Md. Abul Hasan, Deputy Secretary, Bridge Division
Mrs. Jakia Shamsunnahar, Chief Transport Economist, Roads and Highways Department
Mr. Sitangshu Shekhar Biswas, Director (Engineering), Bangladesh Road Transport Authority
Mr. Dhrubo Alam, Deputy Transport Planner, Dhaka Transport Coordination Authority
Mr. Md. Mizanur Rahman, Traffic Director, Bangladesh Railways

Bhutan
Mr. Sithar Dorji, Chief Transport Officer, Road Safety and Transport Authority, Ministry of Information and communications

Cambodia
H.E. Ms. Min Meanvy, Secretary of State, Ministry of Public Works and Transport

China
Mr. Guanyu Li, Deputy Director-General, Department of International Cooperation, Ministry of Transport
Mr. Yousheng Ke, Permanent Representative of the People’s Republic of China to ESCAP, Permanent Mission of the People’s Republic of China to the ESCAP
Ms. Shuxian Shen, Expert, National Railway Administration
Mr. Qingge Pang, Expert, Department of Comprehensive Planning, Ministry of Transport 
Ms. Huiyu Zhang, Director, Department of Highway, Minister of Transport 
Ms. Ting Liu, Expert, Department of Transport Services, Ministry of Transport
Mr. Xingsen Chen, Deputy Director, Department of International Cooperation, Minister of Transport
Mr. Kunkun Zhang, Expert, Department of International Cooperation, Minister of Transport
Mr. Yuxiao Cheng, Engineer, Department of International Cooperation, Minister of Transport
Mr. Huaiyu Zheng, Deputy Director, Transport Planning and Research Institute, Ministry of Transport
Mr. Libin Zhang, Deputy Director, Transport Planning and Research Institute, Ministry of Transport
Ms. Xiaoqing Dai, Engineer, Transport Planning and Research Institute, Ministry of Transport
Mr. Chunlin Tian, Director, Transport Planning and Research Institute, Ministry of Transport   
Mr. Xianguang Wang, Deputy Director, Transport Planning and Research Institute, Ministry of Transport   
Ms. Min Wang, Internship Researcher, Transport Planning and Research Institute, Ministry of Transport   
Ms. Yun Geng, Assistant Permanent Representative to ESCAP

Democratic People’s Republic of Korea
Mr. Nam Song Ri, Permanent Representative to ESCAP, Embassy of the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea

Fiji
Ms. Faranisese Kinivuwai, Director, Transport, Ministry of Commerce Tourism Trade and Transport
Ms. Aseri Driu, Senior Transport Planner, Ministry of Commerce Tourism Trade and Transport
Ms. Kacaraini Mucunabitu, Transport Planning Analyst, Ministry of Commerce Tourism Trade and Transport
Ms. Kesaia Masirewa, Transport Planning Analyst, Ministry of Commerce Tourism Trade and Transport

Georgia
Mr. Rati Devadze, Deputy Head, Transport and Logistics Development Policy Department, Ministry of Economy and Sustainable Development
Ms. Ketevan Takaishvili, Head, Transport Corridor and Logistics Development Division, Ministry of Economy and Sustainable Development

India
H.E. Mr. Nagesh Singh, Ambassador and Permanent Representative to ESCAP, Embassy of India
Ms. Alpana Dubey, Deputy Chief of Mission and Deputy Permanent Representative to ESCAP, Embassy of India
Mr. Piyush Jain, Director, Ministry of Road Transport and Highways
Mr. Sandeep Kumar, Counsellor and Alternate Deputy Permanent Representative to ESCAP, Embassy of India
Ms. N.S. Raji, Under Secretary, Department of Revenue
Mr. Kirti Kuma, Under Secretary, Ministry of Road Transport and Highways
Mr. Bhaskar Kalra, Assistant Permanent Representative to ESCAP, Embassy of India

Indonesia
H.E. Mr. Rachmat Budiman, Ambassador and Permanent Representative to ESCAP, Embassy of the Republic of Indonesia
Mr. Novie Riyanto Rahardjo, Secretary General, Ministry of Transportation
Mr. Fikry Cassidy, Head, Centre for Partnership Facilitation and International Organizations, Ministry of Transport 
Ms. Sukmo Yuwono, Deputy Chief of Mission and Deputy Permanent Representative to ESCAP, Embassy of the Republic of Indonesia
Mr. Ahmad Rama Aji Nasution, Counsellor, Embassy of the Republic of Indonesia
Ms. Febby Fahrani, Counsellor, Embassy of the Republic of Indonesia
Mr. Ferdy Trisanto Kurniawan, Head, Multilateral Relations Division, Centre for Partnership and International Organizations, Ministry of Transport 
Mr. Rahmadi Subagya, Head, UN Relations Subdivision, Multilateral Relations Division, Centre for Partnership and International Organizations, Ministry of Transport 
Ms. Danawiryya Silaksanti, Environmental Impact Control Senior Officer, Centre for Sustainable Transport Management, Ministry of Transport
Mrs. Ajeng Fajarwati, Transport Policy Analyst, Centre for Sustainable Transport Management, Ministry of Transport
Ms. Mustika Hanum Widodo, First Secretary, Embassy of the Republic of Indonesia

Iran (Islamic Republic of)
Mr. Reza Naffisi, Head, Safety Regulation Center, Ministry of Roads and Urban Development
Mr. Hormoz Zakeri, Deputy Head, Safety Regulation Center, Ministry of Roads and Urban Development
Mr. Hamid Mirzahossein, Director General for Transportation Modules, Ministry of Roads and Urban Development
Mr. Mohsen Sadeghi, Director General for Economic Assessments, Ministry of Roads and Urban Development
Ms. Maryam Nakhaeipour, Advisor to Transport Deputy, Ministry of Roads and Urban Development
Mr. Hamedreza Heidari, Deputy Head Office, Ministry of Roads and Urban Development
Ms. Aghil Saber, Expert of International Cooperation Center, Ministry of Roads and Urban Development
Mr. Hamed Khorrami, Expert of Economic Assessments Office, Ministry of Roads and Urban Development
Ms. Nastaran Maroof, Expert of Transportation Information Systems, Ministry of Roads and Urban Development
Mr. Navid Hosseini, Expert of Safety Regulation Center, Ministry of Roads and Urban Development
Mr. Behboud Hosseinpour, Ministry of Roads and Urban Development
Mr. Teimour Bashir Gonbadi, Ministry of Roads and Urban Development
Mr. Karim Azarmahd, Ministry of Roads and Urban Development
Mr. Alireza Afkham, Deputy Director General, Budget and Planning Bureau, Ministry of Roads and Urban Development
Mr. Mehdi Asadi, Ministry of Roads and Urban Development
Mr. Ali Abdelahi, Ministry of Roads and Urban Development

Japan
Ms. Nami Sato, Director, International Strategies for Transportation Policy, Policy Bureau, Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism
Mr. Akitsugu Okuma, Deputy Director for International Cooperation, Policy Bureau, Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism
Ms. Yoshiko Motoyama, First Secretary and Deputy Permanent Representative to ESCAP, Embassy of Japan
Mr. Toru Terai, First Secretary and Alternate Permanent Representative to ESCAP, Embassy of Japan
Mr. Takafumi Sekizawa, Second Secretary and Alternate Permanent Representative to ESCAP, Embassy of Japan

Kazakhstan
H.E. Mr. Arman Issetov, Ambassador and Permanent Representative to ESCAP, Embassy of the Republic of Kazakhstan
Mr. Nurbolat Alimbayev, Deputy Permanent Representative to ESCAP, Embassy of the Republic of Kazakhstan

Kiribati
Mr. Bareti Tong, Director, Research and Development Division, Ministry of Information, Communication and Transport 

Korea, Republic of
Mr. Joyoung Jeon, Permanent Representative to ESCAP, Embassy of the Republic of Korea
Ms. Kongmyoung Oh, Director, International Cooperation and Trade Division, Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport 
Mr. Kuk-il Choi, Director, Port Investment and Cooperation Division, Ministry of Oceans and Fisheries
Mr. Hyunkyoung Shon, Deputy Director, International Cooperation and Trade Division, Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport 
Mrs. Min-Yeong Lee, Deputy Director, Port Investment and Cooperation Division, Ministry of Oceans and Fisheries
Mr. Kangmin Lee, Senior Officer, International Cooperation and Trade Division, Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport 
Mr. Yong-seok Noh, Assistant Director, Port Investment and Cooperation Division, Ministry of Oceans and Fisheries
Mr. Yungsok Choe, Associate Research Fellow, Logistics and Maritime Industry Department Korea Maritime Institute
Mr. Sewon Kim, Associate Research Fellow, Port Research Department, Korea Maritime Institute
Ms. Daye Lee, Researcher, Port Research Department, Korea Maritime Institute
Ms. Wan So, Assistant Permanent Representative to ESCAP, Embassy of the Republic of Korea

Kyrgyzstan
Mr. Kubatbek Zhumabekov, Chief Specialist, Department of External Relations and Integration, Ministry of Transport and Communications 
Mr. Nurmat Musabekov, Head, Road and Rail Transport Department, Ministry of Transport and Communications
Mr. Aybek Alymbekov, Expert, Department of International Cooperation of the Department of Land and Water Transport, Ministry of Transport and Communications
Mr. Ruslan Doskozhaev, Head of the Project Implementation Department of the State Enterprise “Kyrgyz Railway”, Ministry of Transport and Communications
Mr. Nurlan Dusumbaev, Head of Economics and Tariffs Department of the State Enterprise “Kyrgyz Railway”, Ministry of Transport and Communications
Ms. Akylai Zheenbai Kyzy, Expert of International Department of the State Enterprise “Kyrgyz Railway”, Ministry of Transport and Communications

Lao People's Democratic Republic
H.E. Mr. Lanh Sengaphone,    Vice Minister, Ministry of Public works and Transport
Mr. Phanthaphap Phounsavath, Deputy Director General, Department of Transport, Ministry of Public Works and Transport
Ms. Adisone Silavong, Deputy Director, Division of Personal-Planning and Finance, Ministry of Public Works and Transport
Mr. Avone Thepphavong, Secretary to Vice Minister, Ministry of Public Works and Transport
Mr. Daosadeth Soysouvanh, Officer, Department of Railways, Ministry of Public Works and Transport

Maldives
H.E. Mr. Ahmed Zuhair, Minster of State for Transport and Civil Aviation, Ministry of Transport and Civil Aviation
Ms. Huda Ali Shareef, Permanent Representation to ESCAP, Embassy of the Maldives 
Ms. Fathimath Razana, First Secretary, Embassy of the Maldives 
Ms. Fathimath Hanan Rasheed, Second Secretary, Embassy of the Maldives 

Mongolia
H.E. Mr. Amarsanaa Tumur, Ambassador and Permanent Representative to ESCAP, Embassy of Mongolia
Mr. Enkhtuvshin, Yesukhei, Ambassador-at-large and Director, Investment Research Center, Ministry of Foreign Affairs
Mr. Baasanjav Bolor-Erdene, Director-General, Policy and Planning Department, Ministry of Road Transport Development
Mr. Yondonsren Jargalsaikhan, Director-General, Road transport Policy Implementation and Coordination Department, Ministry of Road Transport Development
Mr. Sambuu Dawadash, Counsellor and Deputy Permanent Representative to ESCAP, Embassy of Mongolia
Ms. Enkhtaivan Munkhnasan, Senior Expert, Policy and Planning Department, Ministry of Road Transport Development
Mr. Ulziikhutag Odgerel, Senior Expert, Policy and Planning Department, Ministry of Road Transport Development
Mrs. Tseveennamjil Bayarjargal, Expert, Road transport Policy Implementation and Coordination Department, Ministry of Road Transport Development
Mr. Turbat Myagmarsuren, Expert, Road transport Policy Implementation and Coordination Department, Ministry of Road Transport Development
Ms. Erdene Enkhmaa, Senior Officer, International Cooperation Division, Ministry of Road Transport Development

Nauru
Mr. Gopikrishna Narayan, Director, Land Transport, Department of Transport

Nepal
Mr. Shiva Prasad, Joint Secretary, Ministry of Physical Infrastructure and Transport 
Mr. Lekh Nath Gautam, Counsellor and Deputy Permanent representative to ESCAP, Embassy of Nepal

Pakistan
H.E. Mr. Sahebzada A. Khan, Ambassador and Permanent Representative to ESCAP
Ms. Faiza Haseeb, Counsellor and Deputy Permanent Representative to ESCAP
Ms. Naila Israr, First Secretary and Alternate Permanent Representative to ESCAP

Philippines
Mr. Timothy Batan, Undersecretary for Planning and Project Development, Department of Transportation
Mr. Reynaldo T. Del Moro, Jr., Division Manager, Marine Services Division, Port Operations and Services Department, Philippine Ports Authority 
Ms. Jenneliza Rebong, Division Manager, Terminal Services Department, Philippine Ports Authority
Ms. Beatriz Ines L. Herrera-Davilla, Second Secretary and Consul, Embassy of the Republic of the Philippines
Ms. Rubina Badoy, Officer-in-Charge, Policy Development and Review Division, Planning and Policy Services, Maritime Industry Authority
Ms. Sharon Aledo, Director of Legal Service, Maritime Industry Authority
Ms. Danna Paula Olaya, Principal Assistant, Office of the United Nations and International Organizations, Department of Foreign Affairs 
Ms. May Maureen Dizon, Attorney IV, Legal Service, Maritime Industry Authority
Ms. Cheryl Pascua, Planning Officer V, Policy Development and Review Division, Maritime Industry Authority
Mr. Cecilio Bobila, Officer-in-Charge, Corporate Management Services Department, Manila International Airport Authority
Mr. Reynaldo Lontoc, Officer-in-Charge, International Cargo Operations Division, Manila International Airport Authority
Ms. Sushen Jimbel Mariz Sison, Attorney II and Officer-in-Charge, Operations Division, Land Transportation Office (Region 3)
Ms. April Casabuena, Assistant Regional Director, Land Transportation Office (Region 4A)
Mr. Rhapsody Jose, Attorney III and Hearing Officer, Civil Aeronautics Board
Mr. Gerald Paul Magnaye, Financial Analyst III, Civil Aeronautics Board
Mr. John Dennis Lim, Supervising Transportation Development Officer, Civil Aeronautics Board
Mr. Julius Yano, Executive Assistant VI, Office of the Undersecretary for Maritime, Department of Transportation
Ms. Ana Dominique Consulta, Officer-in-Charge, Information Cooperation Division, Department of Transportation
Ms. Jasmin Uson, Supervising Communications Development Officer, International Cooperation Division, Department of Transportation
Mr. Alexander Felix, Supervising Transportation Development Officer, Water Transport Planning Division, Department of Transportation
Mr. Julius Zeasar Cristobal, Senior Transportation Development Officer, Water Transport Planning Division, Department of Transportation
Ms. Edna Clemente, Senior Transportation Development Officer, Road Transport Planning Division, Department of Transportation
Ms. Dara Catacutan, Senior Communications Development Officer, Air Transport Planning Division, Department of Transportation
Mr. Jayrill Condeza, Senior Transportation Development Officer, Rail Transport Planning Division, Department of Transportation
Mr. Jefferson V. Abad, Transportation Development Officer II, Officer of the Director for Planning Service, Department of Transportation
Ms. Michelle Caoili, Senior Communications Development Officer, International Cooperation Division, Department of Transportation
Mr. John Patrick Dayao, Senior Communications Development Officer, International Cooperation Division, Department of Transportation
Ms. Ma. Pilipinas Abando, Senior Communications Development Officer, International Cooperation Division, Department of Transportation
Ms. Fresh Aira Sison, Communications Developement Officer II, International Cooperation Division, Department of Transportation
Ms. Rosette Razon, Attaché, Embassy of the Republic of the Philippines

Russian Federation
H.E. Mr. Evgeny Tomikhin, Ambassador, Permanent Representative to ESCAP, Embassy of the Russian Federation
Mr. Oleg Shamanov, Minister-Counsellor and Deputy Permanent Representative to ESCAP, Embassy of The Russian Federation 
Mr. Dmitry Shiyan, Deputy Director, International Cooperation Department, Ministry of Transport
Mr. Dmitry Belyasnik, Head of Division, International Transport Corridors and Export of Transport Services, International Cooperation Department, Ministry of Transport
Mr. Ruslan Syrtlanov, Consultant, International Cooperation Department, Ministry of Transport
Mr. Alexey Petrov, Advisor to the Director General, Autonomous non-profit organization “Directorate of International Transport Corridors”
Mr. Yury Petrov, Advisor on International Cooperation, Autonomous non-profit organization “Directorate of International Transport Corridors”
Mr. Evgeny Polyakov, Head, Department of Logistics and International Cooperation on International Transport Corridors, Autonomous non-profit organization “Directorate of International Transport Corridors”
Mr. Alexey Dyachuk, Head, Department of Digitalization of International Transport Corridors, Autonomous non-profit organization “Directorate of International Transport Corridors”
Mrs. Natalya Zadonskaya, Chief Expert, Department of Logistics and International Cooperation on International Transport Corridors, Autonomous non-profit organization “Directorate of International Transport Corridors”
Mr. Anton Kozlov, Head, Department of Foreign Projects and International Cooperation, JSC “Russian Railways”
Ms. Ludmila Renne, Deputy Head, Department of Foreign Projects and International Cooperation of JSC “Russian Railways”
Mr. Konstantin Allahverdyan, Head of Division, Department of Foreign Projects and International Cooperation, JSC “Russian Railways”
Ms. Anna Lubimova, Head of Division, Department of Foreign Projects and International Cooperation, JSC “Russian Railways”
Mr. Andrey Stanislavov, Attaché, Assistant Permanent Representative to ESCAP, Embassy of the Russian Federation
Mr. Egor Alimov, Attaché, Assistant Permanent Representative to ESCAP, Embassy of the Russian Federation

Sri Lanka
H.E. Mrs. C. A. Chaminda I. Colonne, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary, Embassy of Sri Lanka
Mr. Lalith De Alwis, Additional Secretary (Transport), Ministry of Transport and Highways
Mr. K.B.V. Indrapala, Additional Secretary (Engineering), Ministry of Highways Sector
Mr. Sanjaya Senanayake Mudalige, Director General (Planning), Ministry of Highways Sector
Mr. J.I.D. Jayasundara, Director General (Technical), Ministry of Transport and Highways
Mr. W.A.D.S. Gunasinghe, General Manager of Railway, Ministry of Transport and Highways
Mr. R.A. Sudath, Director (Infrastructure, Road Safety and Traffic Management, Road), Development Authority
Mr. R.L. Molagoda, Director (Technical), Ministry of Transport and Highways
Mrs. A.W.S. Samanmali, Head of Chancery, Deputy Permanent representative to ESCAP, Embassy of Sri Lanka
Mr. C.S. Punchi Bandara, Deputy Director (Planning), Ministry of Transport and Highways

Tajikistan
Mr. Saifullo Qodirov, Head, Department of International Relations and Deputy Head, Department of Land Transport, Ministry of Transport

Thailand
Mr. Punya Chupanit, Director General, Office of Transport and Traffic Policy and Planning, Ministry of Transport
Mr. Prapatpaow Awakul, Director, International Affairs Division, Office of the Permanent Secretary
Ms. Dusadee Pratipsindhu, Chief, International Organizations and United Nations Sub-Division, International Affairs Division, Office of the Permanent Secretary
Mr. Sujin Muannimit, Advisor, Transport Safety Operation Center, Office of the Permanent Secretary
Mr. Adisorn Kasempannarai, Computer Technical Officer, Senior Professional Level, Transport Safety Operation Center, Office of the Permanent Secretary
Mr. Satsavas Sukyu, Transport Technical Officer, International Affairs Division, Office of the Permanent Secretary
Mr. Chakree Bamrungwong, Principal Advisor, Land Transport Economics, Officer of the Permanent Secretary
Mr. Athibhu Chitranukroh, Director, Bureau of Planning, Office of Transport and Traffic Policy and Planning
Ms. Chutinthorn Mankhong, Chief, Sustainable Transport Promotion Group, Bureau of Safety Planning, Office of Transport and Traffic Policy and Planning
Ms. Jintawadee Suksri, Plan and Policy Analyst, Professional Level, Office of Transport and Traffic Policy and Planning
Mr. Popponpat Yamwan, Plan and Policy Analyst, Professional Level, Office of Transport and Traffic Policy and Planning
Ms. Chachada Ulis, general Administration Officer, Progessional Level, Office of Transport and Traffic Policy and Planning
Mr. Chalermrat Techakasem, Plan and Policy Anlyst, Professional Level, Office of Transport and Traffic Policy and Planning
Ms. Tanachon Bootwong, Plan and Policy Analyst, Practitioner level, Office of Transport and Traffic Policy and Planning
Ms. Chalissa Sittisophon, Plan and Policy Analyst, Practitioner level, Office of Transport and Traffic Policy and Planning
Ms. Kamolwan Kularbwong, Senior Specialist in Maritime Transport (Economics), Marine Department
Ms. Namtip Eaknipitsari, Director, Maritime Regulatory Division, Marine Department
Mr. Sumit Namwiset, Chief, Maritime Business Regulatory Group, Marine Department
Mr. Paitoon Rodpracha, Transportation Technical Officer, Professional Level, Marine Department
Ms. Wibhawan Wisetkaew, Transportation Technical Officer, Professional Level, Marine Department
Ms. Supparat Promma, Transport Technical Officer, Practitioner Level, Marine Department 
Mr. Natdanai Juangpanich, Transport Technical Officer, Practitioner Level, Marine Department
Ms. Suwanna Plungpongpan, Director, Planning Division, Department of Land Transport 
Mr. Thanadech Asipong, Transport Technical Officer, Senior Professional Level, Department of Land Transport
Ms. Sawita Aksharanugraha, Transport Technical Officer, Professional Level, Department of Land Transport
Ms. Orawan Liengsukson, Plan and Policy Analyst, Senior Professional Level, Department of Highways
Ms. Natnaree Sutheesophon, Plan and Policy Analyst, Practitioner Level, Department of Highways
Mr. Preecha Soparat, Director, International Cooperation Division, Department of Rural Roads
Ms. Ratsamee Duangkham, Plan and Policy Analyst, Department of Rural    Roads
Ms. Jerawun Hongsakul, Acting Director, Rail Transport Regulation Division, Department of Rails Transport 
Ms. Duangchai Wongrak, Transport Technical Officer, Professional Level, Department of Rails Transport
Mr. Pana Supatitipong, Plan and Policy Analyst, Professional Level, Department of Rails Transport
Mr. Suphanat Buathong, Transport Technical Officer, Practitioner Level, Department of Rails Transport
Mr. Athaphon Kawprasert, Superintending Engineer, Construction Center, Special Project and Construction Department, State Railways of Thailand 

Timor-Leste
H.E. Mr. Juvencio Martins, Ambassador and Permanent Representative to ESCAP, Embassy of the Democratic Republic of Timor-Leste
Mr. Antonio da Costa, Director, Land Transport Directorate
Mr. Joao de Fatima Fernandes, Director of Maritime Transport 
Mr. Eusebio Freitas, President of AACTL
Mr. Lino Barreto, Former Director of Maritime Transport
Ms. Maria Vitor, Chief, Department of Technical Support Secretariat, Land Transport Directorate
Mr. Agustinho Bruno Halle, Chief of IT Unit, Land Transport Directorate
Ms. Merina Xareal, First Secretary and Deputy Permanent Representative to ESCAP

Tonga
H.E. Mr. Sevenitini Toumoua, Minister, Ministry of Infrastructure
Mr. Tevita Lavemai, Director of Land and Transport Division, Ministry of Infrastructure
Mr. Siaosi Fatukala, Director for Corporate Services Division, Ministry of Infrastructure
Mr. Penisimani Toa Vea, Acting Director of Civil Engineering Division, Ministry of Infrastructure

Türkiye
Mr. Ferhat Demirkiran, Chief of Section, Department of International Relations, Turkish State Railways
Ms. Esra Alkin, EU Expert, Directorate General of EU and Foreign Relations
Mr. Ilyas Karabiyik, Maritime expert, General Directorate of Maritime
Mr. Bulent Suloglu, EU Expert, General Directorate of Transport Services Management 
Mr. Mehmet Yazici, Transport Engineer, Department of Strategy Development
Mr. Ahmet Colak, Engineer, General Directorate of Maritime
Ms. Buket Şengül, City Planner, Department of Strategy Development 
Mr. Özgür Algan, Interpreter

Turkmenistan
Agency for Transport and Communication

Uzbekistan
Mr. Abdulla Khashimov, Head, Transport Corridors Development and Logistics Department, Ministry of Investments and Foreign Trade
Mr. Bekzad Kholmatov, Director of the Сеntеr fоr the Study of Рrоblеms of Тrаnsроrt and Logistics Development under the Ministry of Тrаnsроrt of the Republic of Uzbekistan
Mr. Aripov Otabek, Deputy Head of the Transport Corridors, Logistics and Transit Development Department, Ministry of Transport of the Republic of Uzbekistan
Mr. Fakhriddin Sultanov, Consul-General and Permanent Representative to ESCAP
Mr. Nuriddin Mamatkulov, Deputy Permanent Representative to ESCAP

Viet Nam
Mr. Tran Nhat Tuan, Senior Official, International Cooperation Department, Ministry of Transport

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ASSOCIATE MEMBER

Niue
Ms. Sonya Tagagi, Director of Transport, Ministry of Infrastructure

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PERMANENT OBSERVERS

Switzerland 
Ms. Alina Gäumann, Deputy Head, Economic and Political Section, Embassy of Switzerland
Ms. Morgane Kundert, Political and Economic Attaché, Embassy of Switzerland    
Mr. Marco Rudin, Political and Economic Attaché, Embassy of Switzerland    

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INTERGOVERNMENTAL ORGANIZATIONS    

Asian Development Bank (ADB)
Mr. Jamie Leather, Chief of Transport

Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN)
Mr. Beny Irzanto, Senior Officer

Conference on Interaction and Confidence-building Measures in Asia (CICA)
Mr. Kairat Sarybay, Secretary-General

Economic Cooperation Organization (ECO)
Mr. Akbar Khodaei, Director of Transport and Communication
Mr. Uktam Shomurotov, Program officer

Eurasian Economic Commission (EEC)
Ms. Elena Valenta, Deputy Director, Department of Transport and Infrastructure
Mr. Alymbek Orozbekov, Assistant to the Member of the Board, Minister in Charge of Energy and Infrastructure

International Transport Forum (ITF)
Mr. Young Tae Kim, Secretary-General
Mr. Guineng Chen, Team Lead
Ms. Maya ter Laag, Modeller and Analyst

Islamic Development Bank (IsDB)
Mr. Alibek Kazangapov, Project Management Specialist
Mr. Atiq Ahmad, Lead Global Transport Specialist
Mr. Emre Eser, Operations Team Leader

Organisation For Co‑Operation Between Railways (OSJD)
Mr. Mikhail Vsevolozhskiy, Deputy Chairman
Mrs. Diana Lurkovski, Specialist, Commission on Transport Policy and Development Strategy 
Mr. Zurab Kozmava, Specialist, Commission on Transport Policy and Development Strategy 

South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation (SAARC)
Mr. Tanveer Ahmed, Director

Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO)
Mr. Sohail Khan, Deputy Secretary-General

Intergovernmental Organization for International Carriage by Rail (OTIF)
Mr. Wolfgang Küpper, Secretary-General
Mr. Aleksandr Kuzmenko, Head of Legal Department 

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NON-GOVERNMENTAL ORGANIZATIONS, CIVIL SOCIETY ORGANIZATIONS AND OTHER ENTITIES

Asian Institute of Transport Development (AITD)  
Mr. B N Puri, Director

International Coordinating Council on Trans-Eurasian Transportation (CCTT)
Mr. Gennady Bessonov, Secretary-General

Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ)
Mr. Papondhanai Nanthachatchavankul, Senior Advisor
Mr. Pan Piyasil, Technical Advisor

International Council on Clean Transportation (ICCT)
Mr. Aditya Mahalana Jaka Sumantri, Researcher
Mr. Adhi Triatmojo, Researcher

International Road Assessment Programme (iRAP)
Mr. Gregory Smith, Global Program Director

International Road Transport Union (IRU)
Mr. Umberto de Pretto, Secretary-General
Mr. Jens Huegel, Senior Advisor

Intelligent Transport Systems (ITS) Thailand
Mr. Sorawit Narupiti, Associate Professor and President
Mr. Tongkarn Kaewchalermtong, Vice President

International Association of Public Transport (UITP)
Mr. Rupa Nandy, Head of UITP India

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UNITED NATIONS AGENCIES AND BODIES     
    
United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP)    
Ms. Yeonju Jeong, Programme Management Officer    
Mr. Adhi Triatmojo, Researcher    
    
United Nations Office for Project Services (UNOPS)    
Mr. Francisco Javier López Delgado, Senior Road Safety Advisor    
Mr. Joseph Stables, Regional Infrastructure Advisor    
    
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UNITED NATIONS SECRETARIAT   
    
United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD)    
Ms. Luisa Rodriguez, Economic Affairs Officer    
    
United Nations Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (UNECLAC)    
Ms. Miryam Saade, Economic Affairs Officer    
    
United Nations Economic Commission for Europe (UNECE)    
Mr. George Georgiadis, Economic Affairs Officer    
    
United Nations Special Envoy for Road Safety     
Mr. Jean Todt, Secretary-General    
Ms. Priti Gautam, Head of Secretariat of UN Special Envoy for Road Safety    

 

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