BAKU, Azerbaijan, February 1. Azerbaijan
Railways (AR) is actively cooperating with members of
worldwide corridors to outline clear pricing coverage,
take away restrictions on infrastructure, and well timed and secure supply
of cargoes, Arif Agayev, Advisor to AR Chairman, mentioned throughout his
speech on the Global Gateway Investors Forum for EU-Central Asia
Transport Connectivity in Brussels, Trend reviews.
Agayev famous that Azerbaijan is likely one of the most vital
nations on the route of the Middle Corridor and invests closely
within the growth of transport infrastructure.
“The Mid-Term Planning Service between the railroads of
Azerbaijan, Georgia, and Kazakhstan has been created to determine
data alternate and supply forecasting of main and strategic
cargoes between the members of the Middle Corridor. This
permits to equally distribute transit flows whereas growing the
quantity of transportation alongside the hall,” he mentioned.
According to Agayev, a three way partnership was established by the
railway constructions of Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan, and Georgia to
improve the amount of transit cargo transportation alongside the
Middle Corridor and efficient administration of the method. Besides,
to speed up transit cargo operations and their dispatch to
vacation spot AR, ASCO, and Baku International Sea Trade Port have
organized a Joint Operations Management Service in Alat port. Also,
the arrival and departure occasions of trains to their vacation spot on
the Azerbaijan-Georgia route have been considerably diminished because of this
of coordinated actions with the State Customs Committee and the
State Border Guard Service.
The advisor to the AR Chairman added that works on the
Baku-Tbilisi-Kars (BTK) challenge, which is the principle department of the
Middle Corridor, are ongoing.
“The works on the enlargement of the Georgian phase of this street
shall be accomplished in just a few months. Thus, the throughput capability of
BTK shall be elevated from 1 million tons to five million tons,” he
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