Coordinated Border Management at Land Ports in BBIN countries
The purpose of the study is to develop an action plan for setting up coordinated border management between India and its neighbors (India-Bangladesh, India-Bhutan and India-Nepal). While developing this plan of action, the study will assess the feasibility of common facilitation, in terms of – development of infrastructure and alignment of regulatory procedures.
As a part of this study BRIEF conducted in-depth assessment of selected ICPs (ICP Agartala along the India-Bangladesh border, ICP Raxaul and ICP Jogbani along the India-Nepal border and ICP Jaigaon along the India-Bhutan border respectively).
Key areas of focus include:
To conduct the study, BRIEF team will assess the as-is status, understand the global best practices, and conduct field visits and in-depth interviews to understand the physical and regulatory processes at select land ports of India. The information gathered through the above mentioned methodology will be collated to present a roadmap for Coordinated Border Management (CBM) in the BBIN region.