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Waterways, Inland and Cruise Ports

Waterways, Inland and Cruise Ports TAG

José Beni

Chair of the Technical Advisory Group (TAG) on Waterways, Inland and Cruise Ports

Comptroller - General Ports Administration (AGP) of Argentina

 

In the framework of the XIII Regular Meeting of the Inter-American Committee on Ports (CIP) of the Organization of American States (OAS), held in Roatan, Honduras, the General Administration of Ports of the Argentine Republic was re-elected to chair the Technical Advisory Group (TAG) on Waterways, Inland and Cruise Ports.

In this new period, we reaffirm our commitment to the execution of the Plan of Action of Roatán 2023-2026, actively participating in the different events that will take place and organizing the V Hemispheric Conference of the TAG.

On behalf of the AGP, we will continue to promote regional work and exchange in pursuit of the strengthening and development of regional foreign trade and the growth of the cruise industry.

We understand waterways and inland ports as the great engine of inter-regional and global trade, and in this sense, we will continue working towards an integrated port system where each member of the port community can continue to develop, with special emphasis on the professionalization of the sector and ongoing training.

José Beni Foto

Julio Cesar Vera Cáceres

Vice Chair of the Technical Advisory Group (TAG) on Waterways, Inland and Cruise Ports

President of the Board - National Administration of Navigation and Ports (ANNP) of Paraguay

Julio Cesar Vera Cáceres