The document establishes that both countries will exchange information in order to improve the issuance of driver’s licenses, vehicle approval, vehicle identification and registration, technical inspections and vehicle combustion equipment, according to El Comercio.
“In addition, the countries will seek to renew and replace their vehicle fleet, better traffic safety, transport control and land transit”, said El Comercio, among other aspects related to land transportation.
It should be noted that the memorandum bears the signature of the minister of Transportation and Communications of Peru and the vice minister of Transportation of Colombia, Juan Ostos.
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