Minister Turhan: 'Tbilisi Silk Road Forum was an Important Forum'

turhan tiflis ipekyolu forum was an important forum
turhan tiflis ipekyolu forum was an important forum

Minister of Transport and Infrastructure Cahit Turhan held bilateral meetings with Deputy Prime Minister of Uzbekistan Elyar Ganiyev, Minister of Economic and Sustainable Development of Georgia Natia Turnava and Minister of Transport of Afghanistan Yama Yari in the framework of the N 3 Tbilisi Silk Road Forum te in Georgia's capital Tbilisi. .

Turhan, evaluating the members of the press, "Tbilisi Silk Road Forum between the East and the West to serve as a new and modern Silk Road Silk Road, the work done by all countries in the region was evaluated." He said.

Held in Turkey and the construction of ongoing infrastructure projects on Turhan said that they informed the authorities that participate in the forum, "Just to make this infrastructure is not important, after making the infrastructure tools that will benefit from this infrastructure, people, we discussed the legislation relating to the transport of cargo." He said.

Cahit Turhan, in the framework of the Forum participated in the panels and bilateral talks on how to use the infrastructures in the region, how to benefit from these projects, what kind of gains will be achieved, such as important talks were discussed.

Turhan also stated that they evaluated the trade relations between the countries, the further development of these relations and the development of joint transportation infrastructure projects. Han Tbilisi Silk Road Forum was an important forum. I think it is useful..

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