26 On February 26, the UN office in Geneva hosted a roundtable on "Transport and Communication Potential of the Caspian Sea Region: Azerbaijan and Turkmenistan - the Shortest Way to the Caspian Sea". The round table titled "Transport and communication potential of the Caspian Sea region: Azerbaijan and Turkmenistan - the shortest way to shortest way" was held at the UN office in Geneva on February 26. The discussion was included in the 82nd session of the UNECE Inland Transport Committee. The aim of the organizers was to demonstrate the full range of transport opportunities that the Caspian region offers.
Participants The dialogue was attended by E. Valizadeh, Deputy Minister of Transport of Azerbaijan, Hu Chen, Chinese representative of the UN Office in Geneva, and Deputy Head of the Department of International Affairs of the United Nations Office at Geneva. The participants of the dialogue were the Deputy Minister of Transport of Azerbaijan, E. Valadekh, a Chinese representative from the UN Office in Geneva, Hu Chen, the deputy head of the International The deputy Minister of Transport of Azerbaijan E. Valadekh, the Chinese representative of the UN Office in Geneva Hu Chen, the deputy head of the international communications department of the Directorate General for Mobility and Transport of the European Commission S. Paci, Ambassadors of Uzbekistan, Tajikistan, Kyrgyzstan. Reports on the topical issue were delivered by the following speakers: Secretary of the Eurasian Economic Commission for Europe The reports on the topical issue were delivered by: UNECE Secretary O. The reports on the topical issue were presented by: UNECE Secretary O. Algayerova, Secretary General of the International Road O. Algayerova, UNECE Secretary General and Secretary General of the International Road Transport Union (IRU) W. de De Pretto, Head of the Organization for Cooperation between Railways T. Josda.
Turkmen At the end of the event a photo exhibition was presented, The Turkmen representative office ended the event with a photo exhibit showing the results of Turkmenistan's achievements in all modes of transport over a 25-year period. over a 25-year period.
It should be noted that the Caspian countries have recently achieved success in the implementation of international projects, for example, the transport corridor "Lapis Lazuli" worth about $2 billion.