Turkey-Iran-Pakistan railway project in Afghanistan is also included
Turkey-Iran-Pakistan railway project in Afghanistan is also included: Istanbul-Tehran-Islamabad container and Afghanistan intermodel transport system will also be included.
for the seventh meeting of the Turkey-Afghanistan-Pakistan tripartite summit mechanism between the transport ministers from Turkey, the Maritime Transport and Communications Minister Binali Yıldırım held a meeting. The meeting was attended by Afghanistan Transport and Civil Aviation Minister Davud Ali Najafi and Public Works Minister Necibullah Avjan and Pakistan Transport Minister Arbab Alamgir Kahan. In statements to the press before the meeting, the Minister Yildirim, Turkey, bilateral sense, noting that important work in Afghanistan and Pakistan, said they endeavor to develop several projects within the scope of these studies. Noting that they will review the issues such as the development of transportation infrastructures, more efficient use of railways starting from Pakistan and extending to Anatolian lands, at this meeting, Minister Yıldırım said, “We will decide on the measures to be taken today.” said.
Pakistan Transport Minister Arbab Alamgir Khan noted that his country attaches great importance to infrastructure services and pointed out that a new train line has started between the 3 countries. Pointing out that this project is an important cultural and economic project, Khan said, “We have 3 major ports in Pakistan. We hope that by using this port of Turkey. " used expressions.
Davud Ali Najafi, Minister of Transport and Civil Aviation of Afghanistan, also stated that these meetings are extremely important for the region. Stressing that such joint consultation meetings should continue for the development of our countries, Necefi said, “I think that our countries will have a better relationship within the framework of the loyalty concept. I believe that our current relationships will improve further. Our delegations made some decisions. We attach great importance to the decisions taken. ” he spoke.
Source: World Bulletin