Ho Chi Minh City University of Transport participate the 39th ASEAN Transport Facilitation Working Group (TFWG)

This year's annual meeting was hosted through online video conference by the ASEAN Secretariat with the participation of representatives of the countries. Vietnam delegation led by Mr. Tran Vietnam Ha, Deputy Director of International Cooperation Department, Ministry of Transport.

After the speech of a representative of Cambodia as the president TFWG in 2020, meeting discussed a lot of contents, but focused around the deployment of the countries, organizations and associations in the implementation of items of strategic plans developed ASEAN’s transport which was adopted in Kuala Lumpur in 2016.

This year's annual meeting was held through online video conference

At the 34th TFWG in 2017, Vietnam was honored to implement TF-6 category in the plan assigned by the conference. Accordingly, the assignment of the Ministry of Transport, Ho Chi Minh City of Transport is the proposed doing and developing project for developing capacity  for officials of the Transport field to implement effectively the agreementin the transport sector. Assoc. Prof. Dr. Nguyen Ba Hoang, Vice president in charge of UT-HCMC and Mrs. Tran Thi Nguyet Minh, Department of International Relations attended the conference, reported progress, and updated information on project construction for countries in the region. The project has been approved by the Management Board of the Japan-ASEAN Integration Fund (JAIF) and will be presented for the ASEAN countries through the referendum. The ASEAN Secretariat will inform partners on the status of project approval. Project (phase 1) is expected to start deployment in January, 2021.

UT-HCMC participated as an unit making proposals and implementing Capacity Development Project for officials in the Transport sector

Participating in the project is one of the good opportunities for UT-HCMC to enhance the reputation, prestige and capability in the region and internationally which will aim to perform UT-HCMC’s the mission and vision: “By the year 2030, UT-HCMC strives to become the key multi-disciplinary university in Viet Nam, including the top scientific research, fostering and training center in the transport sector and relevant sectors and the prestigious university, and integrate into universities in the region and swiftly approach the level of advanced universities in the world.”


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