Intergovernmental Standardization Council to Accept 70 New Standards in Baku
Azerbaijan, Baku, 4 June / Trend corr. S.Babayeva / About 70 intergovernmental standards will be accepted in the 33rd meeting of the Intergovernmental Council on Standardization, Metrology and Certification in Baku, stated Ramiz Hasanov, the Director General of Council.
"The standards were developed along with the participation of Azerbaijan," Hasanov said.
Hasanov said the standards concern the spheres of food industry, metallurgy and oil and chemical.
The agenda of the meeting includes 60 issues, as well as the control to implement technical regulations, standards, metrology, accreditation, technical norms, rules and other actual issues.
The two days meeting is being held with participation of delegates from Azerbaijan, Belorussia, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Moldova, Uzbekistan, Russia, Ukraine and range of intergovernmental organizations.
The previous meeting was held in Bishkek in October 2007m, with the participation of Azerbaijan, Armenia, Belorussia, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Russia, Tajikistan, Uzbekistan, Ukraine and CIS Executive Committee.
The meeting participants made a decision to develop the project on Strategic Plan of Intergovernmental Committee till 2015. Totally 39 intergovernmental normative documents and amendments, 98 intergovernmental standard samples, program of work to create the system of metrological measure of calorie content in gas and other fuels, automated intergovernmental system of operative information exchange about danger of production was introduced, as well as the expression of requirements to carry out security and quality of toys made in the territory of CIS countries and Program of interaction on accreditation were also reflected.