As a reminder, in 1955, Bratislava agreements were signed by the main shipowners of the Danube basin to settle a number of issues relating to the transport of water and goods on the largest river in Central and Eastern Europe. As an experienced and experienced controller, the Maritime Company Directors` Conference opposes crises and the floating market to new markets that are becoming even safer, bringing the quality of work and business conditions to a higher level. The wind in the sailing states Signatories of the Bratislava Agreement was their common denominator – 2012 the Danube. Officially, on 28.09.2016, the 61st Danube Company Directors` Conference will take place. – 01.10.2016. After Serbia, this year Bulgaria is the host country. The shipping company “Agent Plus” will be represented at this meeting by senior management. Rhine Ship Inspection Decrees, 1995RVBR: Eng/Rus The country renewed its demands in 1919 at the Paris Peace Conference and in 1921 at the Danube Conference. In both cases, it was cancelled. At the Lausanne conference in 1923, when Middle East affairs were discussed, Romania changed its tactics, but not the motives. On this occasion, Romania proposed to extend the powers of the DEC; it would also take control of the Bosphorus and the Dardanelles.
The European Danube Commission, the EDC, continued its work at least during the first two years of the war and delegates from the Allies and the central powers continued to meet. 293 After Germany attacked Romania in 1916, the central powers (Germany, Austria-Hungary, Bulgaria and Turkey) kept the Commission in service for a short time, but without the British and French. Indeed, the Germans tried to legalize a commission that would always have excluded the allied powers. On May 7, 1918, they made a separate peace with the Romanians and transformed the EZ into a commission for the mouth of the Danube; its jurisdiction has been maintained, but membership has been limited to the Danube or Black Sea countries; :52 control over Braila should be “in the hands of the countries bordering the river”, i.e. Romania, Bulgaria, Serbia, Austria and Germany. 47 Germany, Austria-Hungary, Bulgaria, Turkey and Romania have been granted the right to hold warships on the river; this led in response to the internationalization of the river between Ulm and the Black Sea after the war. :294 The same provisions were inserted into the peace agreement between Germany and Russia in 1918. Revised Convention for Rhineland Navigation (Mannheim Law) TRANS/SC.3/R.158/Add.4: Eng/Fre/Rus Russia won the Russo-Turkish War and, in 1856, it took over an old band of Bessarabia that was replaced by it.
Russia was thus relocated to the banks of the Danube. The other arrangements of the Danube were as follows: without territorial possession, it is nevertheless an autonomous international entity, sovereign over the vast waters of the Danube. These totally discretionary functions do not need to be sanctioned by a group of nations and there is no appeal of the Commission`s decrees. :1154 John C. Campbell, Eastern Europe specialist in the USA