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鼓勵西非電子資料交換-2018/11/22

根據國際海事組織(IMO)促進公約(FAL),從2019年4月起,船舶和港口必須能夠以電子方式交換到港和離境資料,並鼓勵使用單一窗口,這當中包含所有許多機構都將透過單一聯繫窗口交換資訊。 藉由赤道幾內亞馬拉博(11月13日至15日)和茅利塔尼亞諾克少(11月20日至22日)舉行的國家研討會期間,對參與者進行FAL公約要求的培訓。研討會培訓內容強調FAL公約促進公共機構有效率的處理清關程序,使港口的船舶、貨物、乘客和船員的清關減少繁瑣程序並提高便利性的目標。 46名與會者參加由IMO和赤道幾內亞共和國運輸郵電部舉辦的馬拉博研討會。而有21名與會者參加由IMO和茅利塔尼亞漁業和海洋經濟部舉辦的諾克少研討會。


IMO 原文網站:http://www.imo.org/en/MediaCentre/WhatsNew/Pages/Archive-2018.aspx
Promoting electronic data exchange in West Africa
22/11/2018


Ships and ports will need to be able to exchange arrival and departure data electronically from April 2019, under IMO’s Facilitation Convention. There requirements also encourage the use of a single window in which all the many agencies and authorities involved exchange data via a single point of contact. Training in the treaty requirements took place during national seminars in Malabo, Equatorial Guinea (13-15 November) and in Nouakchott, Mauritania (20-22 November).   

The seminars highlighted the objectives of the FAL Convention: to promote public authorities to process their clearance procedures effectively and efficiently, to make the clearance of ships, their cargoes, passengers and crews in ports less cumbersome and more expedient.

Forty-six participants attended the Malabo seminar, organized by IMO and the Ministry of Transport, Post and Telecommunications of the Republic of Equatorial Guinea. Twenty-one participants from public authorities and private sectors attended the seminar in Nouakchott, organized by IMO and the Ministry of Fisheries and Maritime Economy of Mauritania.


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