Kazakhstan wants to make full use of Trans-Caspian International Transport

Kazakhstan will redirect cargoes on Russian soil to the Latvian ports of Riga, Vস্টntpils and Leipzig, while Turkey has been invited to actively use the Kazakh seaports of Aktau and Kurik for transporting goods.

The Kazakh government has reportedly refused to accept transit transit ports from Antwerp, Hamburg, Pyrenees, Rotterdam and Muga, which caused difficulties in transporting Kazakh goods from St. Petersburg, Novorossiysk, Ust-Luga, Taman. Shipping

Kazakhstan seeks to make full use of the Trans-Caspian International Transport Route through China, Kazakhstan, the Caspian Sea, Azerbaijan, Georgia and more Turkey and European countries.

Kazakhstan, Azerbaijan and Georgia are reportedly holding legal and diplomatic talks to establish a joint venture between the three countries’ railway administrations to make full use of the transit potential of the Trans-Caspian International Transport Route for cargo flows from China / Central Asian countries. EU countries and back.

The joint venture will provide quality multimodal, transportation and logistics services, helping to establish a through-rate for the transportation of goods across the country, with the railway company, the port and the sea carrier being the founders of the joint venture. The route connects to the International North-South Transport Corridor (INSTC), a 7,200-km-long multi-mode network of freight, rail, and road transport between India, Iran, Afghanistan, Azerbaijan, and Russia. Central Asia and Europe. With EU funding, Romania is expected to expand the port of Constanta and Bulgaria the ports of Burgas and Varna.

The Trans-Caspian International Transport Route represents the interests of many countries and companies on the new Silkway, which has now begun to function as in the days of the ancient Silk Road. The purpose of the route is to coordinate the interaction of all participants in the transport of goods and containers along the route from Asia to Europe and vice versa with the necessary informational support.

The Trans-Caspian International Transport Route helps to create a competitive environment and create the best skills for business partners in different countries, not just along the Trans-Caspian route.

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