23 May 2011 18:53

Customs Union harmonizes technical regulations in railway service

MINSK. May 23. KAZINFORM The Customs Union member states - Belarus, Russia and Kazakhstan - have harmonized draft technical regulations in railway service, BelTA learnt from the press service of Belarusian Railways.


According to BelTA, the relevant talks were held in Minsk on 18-20 May at a session of the working ground to finalize the Customs Union draft technical regulations "On rolling stock safety", "On railway infrastructure safety", "On safety of high-speed railway service".

The Belarusian delegation was led by First Deputy Minister of Transport and Communications Vladimir Dervenkov. Taking part in the session were representatives of the transport ministries of Belarus, Russia and Kazakhstan, railway administrations of the three countries, including Belarusian Railways, the Customs Union Commission, the State Committee for Standardization and the Healthcare Ministry of Belarus.

"The parties discussed proposals on the draft technical regulations in railway service and worked out a common stance," the press service of Belarusian Railways said.

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