ASEM Transport Ministers' Meeting (ASEM TMM) is a high-level dialogue among the transport sectors partners in the two continents under the framework of ASEM. It is of far-reaching significance to the materialization of the initiatives put forward by the leaders; deepen the transport cooperation among Asian and European countries, and the common development and prosperity of the two continents.

The 4th ASEM Transport Ministers’ Meeting (ASEM TMM4) is a follow up to the results of the previous ASEM TMMs and the Leaders’ message as emanated in the 11th ASEM Summit in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia that highlighted the need to enhance connectivity in all dimensions, including in the area of transportation, which is deemed as the current ASEM’s priority.

It is expected that through this year theme “Bridging Asia and Europe through Integrated Transport Connectivity and Synergized Regional Strategic Plans”, the ASEM TMM4 could gather the latest information of all transportation sectors development of Asia and Europe countries in order to promote and strengthen transport connectivity between the two continents.

The meeting will be preceded by the Transport Senior Officials’ Meeting (TSOM) on 26 September 2017. It is a high level meeting of the ASEM partners and international organizations to discuss the draft of Bali Declaration, and the outcome document shall be submitted and adopted by the Ministers at the ASEM TMM4 on 27 September 2017.

The zero draft of Bali Declaration is available at the official website of the ASEM TMM4, and can be accessed with the user name and password which has already provided by secretariat to the ASEM Desk of each countries.

All the ASEM Partners are kindly invited to make comments to refine the draft of Bali Declaration, and send to the following e-mail address: