Kazakhstan, Azerbaijan, Turkey concentrate on Trans-Caspian International Transport Route

Transport Cooperation

Strengthening regional connectivity, Kazakhstan, Azerbaijan and Turkey centered on the event of the Trans-Caspian International Transport Route, which is of essential significance for growing the transit potential of the three nations, throughout a gathering in Baku on June 27.

Kazakhstan’s Deputy Prime Minister, Foreign Minister Mukhtar Tileuberdi and Industry and Infrastructure Development Minister Kairbek Uskenbayev in addition to the Ministers of Foreign Affairs and Ministers of Transport of Kazakhstan, Azerbaijan and Turkey have a unified approach to the principle instructions for the event of transport potential and confirmed their mutual curiosity in intensifying direct contacts on the authorities stage. The events agreed to carry the subsequent assembly on this format in Kazakhstan this autumn.

The ministers from Kazakhstan, Azerbaijan and Turkey in contrast notes on a variety of topical problems with cooperation within the transport and logistics sector, regional and worldwide agendas. Joint approaches to the growth of commerce, financial, transit, transport and vitality cooperation within the context of a large-scale geopolitical transformation had been reviewed.

Tileuberdi famous that Azerbaijan and Turkey are key political and financial companions within the area for Kazakhstan. “Despite the slowdown in economic activity in mutual trade during the coronavirus pandemic, we now have a serious potential to restore the previous and achieve new indicators of mutually beneficial cooperation,” he added.

The individuals of the assembly mentioned the standing of and prospects for the implementation of joint tasks, corresponding to railway strains and oil pipelines within the area.

In circumstances of restricted alternatives within the European course, the routes alongside the Caspian Sea – Black Sea line are of specific significance. The Ministers agreed that growing the quantity of transport would require well timed modernization of technical and tariff circumstances in ports, which is able to function a driver of all commerce and financial cooperation.

Turkey’s Foreign Minister stated earlier the event of the transport sector is to lead to regional prosperity. “The countries expect the soonest opening of the Zangazur corridor. Now, here in Azerbaijan, we’re once again demonstrating our commitment to peace and prosperity in the region,” Cavusoglu acknowledged.