BAKU, Azerbaijan, September 14. Latvia is
actively cooperating with Central Asia, so as to join the
TRACECA hall with the Baltic States, together with connections to
Scandinavia and Western Europe with common ferry traces, a supply
on the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Latvia advised Trend.
“Our transport and logistics techniques proceed to function a
gateway for Central Asian export to Europe. Cargo turnover between
the Central Asian international locations and Latvia is rising and Latvian ports
are actively offering cargo distribution providers of bulk, liquid
and common cargoes from Central Asia. Also, street carriers from
Central Asia are actively utilizing the route by way of Latvian ports to
entry Northern and Western Europe,” the ministry stated.
According to the MFA, safe, steady and dependable provide chains
between the EU and Central Asia have develop into the best precedence,
since conventional logistics chains are damaged. In this regard,
commerce and transport connectivity points must be addressed
“We eagerly awaited the outcomes of the EBRD Study, because the
growth of other routes stands excessive on our agenda already
for some time. Together with the trade we’re actively figuring out
new purchasers, who can use new different routes. Moreover, in a
long run we are also wanting ahead to see the Rail Baltica
venture to be applied, which is able to open new prospects for
the transport connectivity,” the supply added.
Moreover, because the ministry identified, Latvia is likely one of the EU
Member States that’s actively dedicated to strengthening relations
between the EU and Central Asia.
“We welcome the lively dialogue and the common trade of
high-level visits between the EU and Central Asia and we’re actually
glad to see that Central Asia can also be to deepen
cooperation with the EU. We ought to benefit from the Global
Gateway that goals to create good, sustainable and safe hyperlinks
with international locations all over the world within the thematic areas of
digitalization, power, transport, schooling,” the ministry