📩 06/11/2018 11:16
A delegation headed by TCDD General Director of Transport Veysi Kurt, 30 on October 2018 met with the China Ningxia hui Autonomous Region railway delegation in the headquarters meeting hall.
As a member of Trans-Caspian International Transport Route Association (TITR), the TCDD Transport delegation, which continues to cooperate closely with the countries in the region in order to further expand the impact of the Baku-Tbilisi-Kars railway line, conducts feasibility studies of freight trains to be operated on Chinese transport routes, customs formalities discussed international collaborations and financial issues.
Veysi Kurt, General Director of TCDD Transport, said; As a permanent member of ICTA and Trans-Caspian International Transport Association, they emphasize and support these lines; stating that manages the railway relations between China and Turkey, "will do good work together in the field of logistics and transportation in the coming period." he said.
The Autonomous Region Transportation Supervisor Zhang Chao "One Belt One Road Project" by stating that Turkey begin the journey that Turkey's Capital delighted to be in Ankara. BTK line with Turkey-China relations would be strengthened further indicating Chao, rail transport is the key point transport with Turkey, he said the relationship will continue to increase in areas such as logistics.
As it is known, the'n One Generation, One-Way Initiative m initiated by the People's Republic of China in 2013 for the revival of the Historic Silk Road; It stretches across the continents of Asia, Europe and Africa and connects East Asian countries at one end to European countries. Pipeline through Turkey that aims to connect London with Beijing the most important part of the Baku-Tbilisi-Kars railway line forms. The BTK railway will be integrated into the Marmaray and Edirne-Kars High Speed Train Project, which will enable Chinese goods to be transported to Europe in a shorter time. rail freight transport time between China and Turkey, a month fell to 10 18 days to Europe's most extreme point can be moved per day.