Transport Essay

1853 words - 8 pages

Transit Business Association of Latvia Address: Turgeņeva Street 14 - 548, Riga, Latvia, LV - 1050 Register ID number: 1501433889-85

Latvijas Tranzīta biznesa asociācijas viedoklis par gaidāmo Eiropas Komisijas stratēģiju Baltijas jūras reģionam
1. Baltijas jūras reģiona sadarbības vispārējie ietvari Baltijas jūras reģiona stratēģijai jābalstās uz reģiona attīstībai svarīgiem sadarbības mērķiem, ko nevar atrisināt ES vispārējo politiku ietvaros. Stratēģijā jāietver gan pasākumi, kas jāīsteno Eiropas Savienībai un tās dalībvalstīm pašām, gan pasākumi, kas tām jāīsteno sadarbībā ar Krieviju. LTBA atbalsta šādus 2006. gada 16. novembra Eiropas Parlamenta rezolūcijas ierosinājumus: - ...view middle of the document...

2.2. Veicināt reģiona pārticību; LTBA uzskata, ka, veidojot jauno Baltijas jūras reģiona stratēģiju, jāņem vērā līdzšinējā reģiona valstu sadarbība un jāuzlabo vienlīdzīgas konkurences apstākļi ar kaimiņvalstīm, īpaši Krieviju. Piemēram, pašreiz kaimiņvalstu ostas izkropļo konkurenci ar ES ostām, ieviešot zemākas algas, elastīgākus valsts atbalsta noteikumus, nodokļu atbrīvojumus, un mazāk stingras vides prasības. ES un Krievijas transporta dialoga ietvaros efektīvāk jārisina Baltijas jūras reģionam svarīga problēma: Krievijas diskriminējošās politikas likvidēšana (dzelzceļa tarifu politika, diskriminējošā pieeja atkarībā no kravu izcelsmes un kravu saņēmēju īpašniekiem, diskriminējošā likumdošanas piemērošana). Lielākā daļa no Baltijas ostu kravu apjoma iet virzienā uz Austrumiem. Robežu šķērsošana Austrumu virzienā ir reģionāla problēma, kas ļoti būtiski ietekmē Baltijas ostas. Ostas ir nozīmīgi loģistikas centri un problēma kādā no piegādes ķēdes posmiem rada problēmu visā ķēdē. 1

Transit Business Association of Latvia Address: Turgeņeva Street 14 - 548, Riga, Latvia, LV - 1050 Register ID number: 1501433889-85

Baltijas jūras reģiona valstīm īpaša nozīme ir jūras transportam un tuvsatiksmes kuģošanai, tāpēc atbalstāmi būtu Eiropas Komisijas ierosinājumi vienkāršot tuvsatiksmes kuģošanu un veicināt jūras transporta telpu bez šķēršļiem, tai skaitā Baltijas jūras reģionā. Preču kustību noteikti atvieglotu vienota pārvadājuma dokumenta ieviešana visiem preču pārvadājumiem neatkarīgi no transporta veida. Baltijas jūras reģions ir svarīgs tranzīta maršruts no Krievijas uz Eiropu un otrādi. Lai veicinātu tirdzniecības un tranzīta plūsmas, tai skaitā konteineru kravas pa dzelzceļu, jāsaskaņo muitas procedūras ar kaimiņvalstīm, piemēram, Krieviju. Jāveicina ES tiesību aktu precīza ieviešana un piemērošana Baltijas jūras reģiona valstīs, piemēram, lai izskaustu Baltijas jūras reģiona valstīs krasi atšķirīgo dzelzceļa nozares liberalizāciju. Nosakot kravas transporta tehniskās specifikācijas dzelzceļam jāņem vērā Baltijas reģiona infrastruktūras specifika - Krievijā un Baltkrievijā ražoti vagoni un atšķirīgs sliežu garums, kas Baltijas valstīm nepieļauj lokomotīvju satiksmi ar pārējām ES dalībvalstīm un ierobežo dažādu ES dzelzceļa savstarpējās savietojamības projektu izmantošanas iespējas. Baltijas valstīs jau pastāv vienota vilcienu kustības vadības sistēma, kas ir tāda pati kā Krievijā un Baltkrievijā. Līdz ar to satiksmē starp visām minētajām valstīm nepastāv savstarpējās izmantojamības problēmas. Baltijas valstu prioritārais dzelzceļa kravu pārvadājumu virziens ir Krievija un Baltkrievija. Jāpanāk (ES un attiecīgo valstu vienošanās līmenī) visu ES licencēto pārvadātāju vienādas tiesības un nosacījumus veikt starptautiskos pārvadājumus satiksmē ar robežvalstīm, kas neietilpst ES”. Pilnvērtīgākai dzelzceļa transporta tirgus attīstības pārraudzībai nepieciešams regulāri apkopot, analizēt un publicēt datus par dzelzceļa kravu pārvadājumu...

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