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North Kivu Holds 3rd Meeting of the Provincial Technical Committee

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North Kivu Holds 3rd Meeting of the Provincial Technical Committee

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The provincial coordination of the Great Lakes Trade Facilitation Project North Kivu held its third meeting of the provincial technical committee, in  the third quarter of the year 2019 on Tuesday, October 22, 2019.This meeting was held in the meeting room of the Provincial Coordination and was chaired by the new provincial minister of foreign trade Mr. Jean Ruyange.  

The purpose of the meeting was to have an evaluation of activities  of the quarter.

On the agenda was

1.The Presentation of the new President of the Provincial Technical Committee, Excellency Mr. The Provincial Minister in charge of Trade;

2.Presentation of the level of the implementation of the GLTFP  in the third quarter of 2019 and restitution of the meeting of the National Steering Committee held in Kinshasa on October 10, 2019; 

3.Debriefing on the project of validation of the harmonized common list of products eligible for the Simplified Commercial Regime (RECOS) between DR Congo and Rwanda, DR Congo and Uganda, followed by the draft revision of the Interministerial Decree N0 012 / CAB / MIN.COM: 2016 and 098 / CAB / MIN.FINANCES / 2016 implementing the Simplified Trade Regime;  

4.Presentation of the Bilateral Meetings of Experts of the Joint Trade Facilitation Committee (DGM-DGDA-OCC) / DRC-RWANDA-UGANDA) held in the third quarter and scheduled for the fourth quarter;    

5.The Validation of the EBOLA project as part of the implementation of the GLTFP;

6.Announcement of the World Bank’s supervision mission to North Kivu from 30 October to 10 November 2019;

The coordinator provincial Mr. Shamard SHAMALIRWA presented the progress of the project component by component. In addition to the presentation on the progress of the project, the session also welcomed the presentation of the Provincial Director of DGDA North Kivu, Mr. Nianda Malanda. His presentation focused on the return of the report of the review and validation workshop of the common list of products eligible for the Simplified Commercial Scheme (RECOS). He also reported on the draft Interministerial Order N0 012 / CAB / MIN.COM: 2016 and 098 / CAB / MIN.FINANCES / 2016 implementing the Simplified Commercial Regime at the borders supported by the CFLG.        

“Jean Ruyange in his remarks said he was particularly pleased to see that things were progressing well and on the right track. He asked that  the start of construction work on the final infrastructure which had been delayed must be accelerated. 

The members of the technical committee recommended

– The adherence of small traders to the merchandise clustering strategy to facilitate trade statistics at Small Scale and reduce the cost of valuable printed matter.    

– Validation of the proposal of the EBOLA project by the members of the Provincial Technical Committee by associating the border post of Ishasha in the plan of support to the prevention and response of the MAV.

– Compensation for small barrier PAPs to allow the start of the construction of the final infrastructure by China First High Engineering Construction Ltd (CFHEC).   

– The organization of a working session between China First High Engineering Construction LTD CFHEC and the Provincial Minister of Commerce. 

– End the harassment of migrants at the small Barriers 

For their part, the ACTs (Associations of Cross-Border Traders) denounce the continuity of harassment and harassment at the small Barriere of Goma. ” TheGLTFP made a lot of effort to improve border conditions initially by building temporary buildings that house the service offices. These temporary infrastructures were able to reduce the negative impacts that were already decried at the Small Barriers. The meeting observed that new sustainable infrastructure that will be built,nt will be reduce the problems of harassment  for small cross-border traders

The Provincial Technical Committee meeting is held  quarterly and  is made up of  various border agencies, the Civil Society, ACT platform,the FEC as well as other governmental structures involved in the regulation of cross-border trade.    

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