The International Motor Vehicle Inspection Committee (CITA) held an International Conference and its 18th General Assembly from June 6 through June 8 in Zagreb. The theme of the conference was “Partnering to Improve Road Safety and the Environment” and its purpose was to highlight the role of whole-life vehicles’ roadworthiness in comprehensive road safety and transport environmental protection strategies. It gathered experts of all fields of vehicle continuous compliance, both from the governmental and from the private side, as well as specialists from the World Bank, the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe and the European Parliament. Mr. Spiros Voyadzis was invited to make a presentation about CITA and the Multilateral Development Banks (MDBs) following his participation at last June’s CITA Workshop in Brussels and Abidjan, where he explained the procurement process of the multilateral development banks (MDBs). This time his presentation focused on the work that has been done in cooperation with CITA, results achieved so far, and highlighted future possibilities for business in road safety.