Azerbaijan’s unified transport strategy to develop sectoral structures


Chief of Azerbaijan’s Transport, Communications and High Technologies Ministry Rashad Nabiyev discussed the development of a unified transport strategy with the heads of the country’s transport structures, a source in the ministry told Trend.

According to the source, issues of coordinated implementation of projects to restore transport and communication infrastructure in the territories liberated from Armenian occupation during the 44-day war from late Sept. through early Nov.2020 were also discussed.

Nabiyev said that in order to improve the efficiency of activities, harmonize the development strategies of sectoral transport structures with the general development strategy of the country and ensure mutual coordination, there is a need for a unified transport strategy.

“This strategy will ensure coherence in the implementation of projects by transport structures, elimination of existing difficulties in coordinating the interaction of modes of transport, effective use of budgetary funds and land resources,” he added.

Besides, the meeting participants spoke in detail about the current state of the country’s transport sector, the activities of the sector during the COVID-19 pandemic and prospects.

First Deputy Minister of Azerbaijan’s Transport, Communications and High Technologies Ali Abdullayev.—AzerNews

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