KATHMANDU: A sub-regional agreement, which was also expected to be signed in parallel to the SAARC Transport Agreement, will allow the neighbouring countries too in becoming members in this cross-border trade. This agreement, which has been prevalent in European countries, would allow the passenger, personnel and cargo vehicles of these countries, travel in designated key routes avoiding trans-shipment of goods and passengers at the border crossing.
According to an official release from Ministry of Road Transport & Highways, four countries belonging to South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation (SAARC) on Thursday finalized an agreement that would facilitate their cross-border trade.
India, Bangladesh, Bhutan and Nepal, in a meeting from between February 2-3, 2015, at Raichak near Kolkata, discussed Motor Vehicle Agreement (MAV), under which the countries agreed for a seamless transit of passenger and cargo vehicles between their countries and draw up plans for its speedy implementation
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