Uzbekistan's rail network is disabled

Uzbekistan's rail network is disabled
Central Asian countries Turkmenistan-Afghanistan-Tajikistan on the route of the new railway project in the ongoing infrastructure work over the railway network passing through Uzbekistan said.

The railway network between the Imamnazar of Turkmenistan, Afghanistan's Akina Anhay and the Pyanc settlement centers of Tajikistan will be about 400 kilometers long.

The railway line will be reached north of Afghanistan and reach the Pyanc point in the south of Tajikistan. The railway network to be financed by Turkmenistan and the Asian Development Bank is expected to be completed by 2015.

In the meantime, Uzbekistan and Tajikistan with the problem of freight transportation on the road and railway transportation, this road is trying to end soon. Tajikistan soon announced a new alternative route to the Afghan side.

With the entry of the mentioned road, Tajikistan will be freed from the railway dependency with Uzbekistan. Tajikistan accuses the Uzbek side of consciously holding its own freight cars and containers. North of Afghanistan, thanks to this project will connect with the world in a shorter distance.


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