The Asian Development Bank was the coordinator of the construction of the Tajikistan-Afghanistan-Turkmenistan railway line project. The bank's representative in Dushanbe Si Si Yu Tajik told the press that Tajikistan's administration agreed to accept the proposal for the coordination of the construction of the railway in question.
According to reports in the Tajik press, the Asian Development Bank decided to help the Dushanbe administration, which is looking for a variety of transportation alternatives in order to expand abroad. Si Si Yu, the representative of the Bank, stated; Iyor The Tajikistan government attaches great importance to the regional railway line project that will connect Tajikistan-Afghanistan-Turkmenistan. Dushanbe management offered the project's coordinator. Evaluating this offer, the Asian Development Bank officials decided to take up this post and will help Tajikistan and Afghanistan as well as Turkmenistan at the same time. Bu
Underlining that the feasibility studies of the project will be carried out this year, the bank representative said: alar 1 million dollars will be transferred to Tajikistan part of the project. The financial source for the construction of the project stands as an important issue. There's not much distance in Tajik. That's why you don't need a lot of money. However, a significant amount of financial resources will be needed for the Afghanistan part. Ancak
Representative Si Si Yu stated that the Asian Development Bank would not be the main sponsor of the project and said that there is no decision in this direction.
The foundation of the Tajikistan-Afghanistan-Turkmenistan railway line project was laid in Turkmenistan last year. Tajikistan's connection to Turkmenistan via Afghanistan by rail network will not allow the former Soviet Union to reach the railway line.
The total cost of the project is 400 kilometers 400 million dollars is expected to find the project. In the project, which will be built in two years, Turkmenistan will build its region with its own resources. Afghanistan and Tajikistan are expected to receive assistance from international financial institutions for this project.