The 12th ordinary session of the Maghreb Ministerial Council of Transport began on Thursday in the Libyan city of Sirte during which delegates will adopt agreements between Maghreb countries related to the transport of dangerous materials.
The meeting, which brings together the Communications, Transport, and Equipment Ministers from Morocco, Algeria, and Tunisia, as well as the Secretary General o f the Arab Maghreb Union (AMU), Habib Ben Yahia, will focus on the monitoring of t he implementation of recommendations of the Ministerial Council on land, sea and
air transport, ports, meteorology, prevention and road safety.
The Council, chaired by the Secretary of the Libyan General People’s Committee f or Communications and Transport, Mohamed Ali Zidan, will also adopt agreements t h e movement of people and goods, land transit and cooperation agreements in the m a ritime field between countries of the Union.
The Arab Maghreb Union (AMU) has five member states – Algeria, Libya, Mauritania, Morocco, and Tunisia.