Romania, Qatar address shipping collaboration
The collaboration between the Qatar Ports Management Company “Mwani Qatar” and the National Company “Maritime Ports Administration” SA (CNAPM), as well as the mutual recognition of maritime certificates, in agreement with the International Convention regarding the training standards of navigators (WTCW), were some of the topics discussed by the minister of Transport, Lucian Sova, with his counterpart from Qatar, the Ministry of Transport informs in a release.
The minister of Transport, who is carrying out an official visit in Qatar with the delegation led by the Prime Minister of the Romanian gov’t, met on Tuesday, November 6, in Doha, with Jassim bin Saif Al Sulaiti, the minister of Transport and Communications from the State of Qatar.
“The two officials discussed about the Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) regarding the collaboration between the Ports Management Company “Mwani Qatar” and the National Company “Maritime Ports Administration” SA Constanta. Another topic of discussion was the MoU for the mutual recognition of maritime certificates, in agreement with the International Convention for the training standards of navigators (WTCW). This memorandum proposal was analyzed by the Romanian Naval Authority (ANR), the central select authority within the Ministry of Transport, in the field of navigation safety and ship security,” according to the press release.
The two officials also addressed the ways of strengthening bilateral cooperation in terms of transport infrastructure. The investments in this sector are long-term sustainable regardless of how much the technology in the field will evolve.
Minister Lucian Sova declared that the investments considered by the Romanian Government ensure our country’s possibility of being long-term present in the international market.