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Azerbaijan hosts training course in Black and Caspian Seas

The first of this year’s two training courses for beneficiaries of the EU-funded TRACECA Transport Project Development of Common Security Management System and Cooperation in the Area of Maritime Safety and Ship Pollution Prevention for the Black Sea and the Caspian Sea (SASEPOL) is under completion in Azerbaijan.

Azerbaijan hosts training course in Black and Caspian Seas
23 October 2010 - 21:05

Baku, Fineko/abc.az. The first of this year’s two training courses for beneficiaries of the EU-funded TRACECA Transport Project Development of Common Security Management System and Cooperation in the Area of Maritime Safety and Ship Pollution Prevention for the Black Sea and the Caspian Sea (SASEPOL) is under completion in Azerbaijan.

Today TRACECA national secretary on behalf of Azerbaijan Akif Mustafayev has informed that the five-day training course is devoted to practical (technical, economic and legal) aspects of ratification, introduction and execution of the MARPOL Convention and its six annexes.

"This project will be finished in the 2nd half of 2011. Within the project a working group of representatives of the Ministries of Emergency Situations and of Environment & Natural Resources, Caspian Shipping Company, Baku Port was established. Training courses are organized regularly in and outside of Azerbaijan to enhance qualification of personnel of companies and organizations involved in the area of sea transportation,” Mustafayev emphasized.

Trainings are conducted for both direct and indirect beneficiaries (Azerbaijan, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Turkmenistan, Ukraine, Bulgaria, Romania and Turkey) within SASEPOL Project.

"International experience shows that maritime, air and ground transport safety is today of great importance. In this regard, we intend to activate work in this direction by familiarizing with international practices, holding of seminars and training courses to prepare professionals in this field,” Mustafayev added.

 

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