Kazakhstan, Georgia, Azerbaijan and Turkey have agreed to increase the capacity of the Middle Corridor

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Georgia’s Vice Prime Minister and Minister of Economy, Levan Davitashvili, and the Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs, Alexander Khvtisiashvili, visited Aktau, Kazakhstan, with a delegation to meet with representatives of Kazakhstan, Azerbaijan, and Turkey and discuss the development of the Trans-Caspian Middle Corridor. This is reported by the Ministry of Economy.

According to the ministry, the meeting of the delegations of Kazakhstan, Georgia, Azerbaijan and Turkey took place in the Aktau, Kazakhstan.

At the meeting, the parties agreed on the development of infrastructure components and operational areas of the Middle Corridor.

In his speech, the Deputy Prime Minister of Georgia focused on the important steps taken in recent years to improve the efficiency of the Middle Corridor. According to him, compared to 2014, when the movement of container trains along the Middle Corridor began for the first time, in 2021 there is a significant increase and China-Europe container traffic through Georgia exceeded 10 thousand TEU.

According to Levan Davitashvili, it is important to develop infrastructure and other areas related to the corridor. He focused on the need to digitalize transport routes and corridors on the Black Sea.

At the meeting, the sides of Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan and Turkey, in turn, expressed their readiness to jointly take measures on increasing the efficiency and attractiveness of the Middle Corridor, the ministry said.

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Kazakhstan, Georgia, Azerbaijan and Turkey have agreed to increase the capacity of the Middle Corridor

2022/11/8778-1669619196.jpg
Read: 393     11:00     28 Ноябрь 2022    

Georgia’s Vice Prime Minister and Minister of Economy, Levan Davitashvili, and the Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs, Alexander Khvtisiashvili, visited Aktau, Kazakhstan, with a delegation to meet with representatives of Kazakhstan, Azerbaijan, and Turkey and discuss the development of the Trans-Caspian Middle Corridor. This is reported by the Ministry of Economy.

According to the ministry, the meeting of the delegations of Kazakhstan, Georgia, Azerbaijan and Turkey took place in the Aktau, Kazakhstan.

At the meeting, the parties agreed on the development of infrastructure components and operational areas of the Middle Corridor.

In his speech, the Deputy Prime Minister of Georgia focused on the important steps taken in recent years to improve the efficiency of the Middle Corridor. According to him, compared to 2014, when the movement of container trains along the Middle Corridor began for the first time, in 2021 there is a significant increase and China-Europe container traffic through Georgia exceeded 10 thousand TEU.

According to Levan Davitashvili, it is important to develop infrastructure and other areas related to the corridor. He focused on the need to digitalize transport routes and corridors on the Black Sea.

At the meeting, the sides of Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan and Turkey, in turn, expressed their readiness to jointly take measures on increasing the efficiency and attractiveness of the Middle Corridor, the ministry said.

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