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AuthorUnited Nations Conference on Trade and Development
TitleReport of the Fifth Meeting of Governmental Experts from Land-Locked and Transit Developing Countries and Representatives of Donor Countries and Financial and Development Institutions
Imprint Geneva, United Nations. 2001
Connect tohttp://161.200.145.45/docs/en/tbldcac1d18.en.pdf
Descript 22 p

SUMMARY

(i) The Fifth Meeting of the Governmental Experts from Land-locked and Transit Developing Countries and Representatives of Donor Countries and Financial and Development Institutions was held at United Nations Headquarters, New York, from 30 July to 3 August 2001, pursuant to paragraph 11 of General Assembly resolution 54/199. (ii)The terms of reference of the Meeting, as set out in the General Assembly resolution, were to review progress in the development of transit systems in the land-locked and transit developing countries, including consideration, pursuant to General Assembly resolution 54/199, of the proposal made by the fourth meeting in 1999 regarding the convening in 2003 of a ministerial meeting on transit transport issues so as to give appropriate emphasis to the problems of land-locked and transit developing countries. (iii) For its consideration under item 3, the Meeting had before it a report prepared by the UNCTAD secretariat entitled "Transit Systems of Land-locked and Transit Developing Countries: Recent Developments, and Proposals for Future Action" (TD/B/LDC/AC.1/17). (iv) In addition to the main document (TD/B/LDC/AC.1/17), a number of background documents were made available to the Meeting in the language(s) in which they were prepared (see annex II)


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