Representatives from six countries gathered in Uzbekistan to discuss the development of a transport corridor

Transport officials from six countries are holding a multilateral meeting on the development of the Belarus-Russia-Kazakhstan-Uzbekistan-Afghanistan-Pakistan multimodal transport corridor in the Uzbek city of Termez. The press service of the Ministry of Transport of Uzbekistan reported that representatives from the six countries are discussing the development of the transport corridor in Uzbekistan.

The event is attended by the first deputy minister of transport and communications of Belarus Valery Verenich, the deputy minister of transport of Russia Dmitry Zverev, the deputy minister of transport of Kazakhstan Maxat Kaliakparov, the minister of transport of Uzbekistan Ilkhom Makhkamov, the deputy minister of railways of Pakistan Ali Shah Syed Mazhar, and the minister of transport of Afghanistan Hamidullo Akhunzade.

The message notes that this event is a logical continuation of the implementation of the memorandum signed in November 2023 in the city of Tashkent. The objective of the event is to jointly find solutions for the development of freight transportation along the Trans-Afghan Corridor.

“In order to achieve this goal, representatives of government agencies responsible for transportation policy and representatives of business circles engaged in freight transportation along this corridor have been invited to the event,” the press service added.