“Ukraine has a powerful ports complex” – noted during the meeting between Mr. Mr. Ruslan Sahautdinov, Deputy Head of the Administration of the Port of Odessa and Mr. Mircea Ciopraga, Secretary General of the PS IGC TRACECA

16.06.2015

During International Transport Week 2015 in Odessa, Mr. Ciopraga met with Mr. Ruslan Sahautdinov, Deputy Head of the Administration of the Port of Odessa as well as Mr. Valentin Kasapchuk, National Secretary of the IGC TRACECA in Ukraine.

Left: Mr. Ruslan Sahautdinov, Deputy Head of the Administration of the Port of Odessa, In the middle: Mr. Mircea Ciopraga, TRACECA Secretary General; Right: Mr. Valentin Kasapchuk, National Secretary of the IGC TRACECA in Ukraine

The Parties discussed the issues of the potential of Ukrainian ports and stressed that Port of Odessa is among the most important sea ports.

Mr. Sahautdinov and Mr. Kasapchuk introduced Mr. Ciopraga the port’s infrastructure and facilities and briefed on the latest developments.

All Ukrainian sea ports are state-owned. Many ports’ administrations concluded lease agreements with private operators of the ports and shipping companies providing leasing of space in the ports, investments in container terminals and terminal’ operation.

Among the priorities in the port industry there is capital fund renewal, improvement of the regulatory basis, the development of port infrastructure as well as electronic document management.


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