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The Third summit of transport ministers of China and 16 countries of Central and Eastern Europe Countries (CEEC) was held in Belgrade on 15-17 October, 2018. The ministers and the Heads of delegation of 16+1 member states informed colleagues about the progress made since the last meeting in Warsaw a year ago. The main focus of the meeting was devoted to exploring and seeking means and ways of achieving coordination in planning, evaluating and implementing of transport infrastructure projects to ensure Eurasian connectivity. The participants of the meeting evaluated the format to be a fruitful platform for discussing the topics of mutual interests. Moreover, the format of this summit encouraged participants to have bilateral meetings as well as joint sessions, which strengthens transport cooperation between China and Central and East European Countries (CEEC) within the 16+1 mechanism.


From October 11-13, 2018 the Global Logistics Alliance (GLA) in Shenzhen hosted the 6th Global Logistics Summit. The GLA Summit 2018 is a global conference that promotes networking and relationship building between the freight forwarders from 128 countries. The three-day event was attended by more than 600 members and guests from 63 countries.


From June 16-23, 2018, the Ministry of Transport of Latvia delegation headed by the Minister H.E. Mr. Uldis Augulis lead a 2018 Transport Mission to China to enhance port, railway and aviation cooperation with China and “Belt and Road” initiative participants.


From June 12-14, 2018, the Ministry of Transport of Latvia participated in the 2018 Maritime Silk Road Port International Cooperation Forum in Ningbo, China.


A consultation meeting between the Transit Policy Department of the Ministry of Transport of Latvia and the Economic and Commercial Counsellor’s Office of the Embassy of the Peoples Republic of China to Latvia was held in Riga.


On 12 September, a delegation of Air China European office headed by general manager Tian Yuqi met State Secretary of the Ministry of Transport Kaspars Ozoliņš and aviation sector representatives to discuss collaboration possibilities between Air China and air traffic service providers in Latvia.

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