Pakistan and Uzbekistan to speed up Trans Afghan Railway. Pakistan and Uzbekistan have agreed to speed up the construction of the Trans Afghan Railway, which runs from Tashkent to Kabul and Islamabad. The two agreed to the plan during a meeting between Pakistan’s Minister for Railways, Azam Khan Swati, and the Minister of Transportation in Uzbekistan.
The Railway Minister said that had taken steps to finish the project. He said that Uzbekistan would be able to get to the Arabian seaports of Karachi (Gawadar and Bin Qasim) with ease under this project.
It looks like the Narowal-Kartarpur rail line will be resurrected by Pakistan Railways.
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Afghanistan, Pakistan, and Uzbekistan signed the Trans Afghan Railway project earlier this year. It is important because it means that the project will be built. This project will build a rail line that will connect Central Asia to the Arabian Seaports. Termez, Uzbekistan, will be the next stop on the planned route. It will go from Afghanistan’s Mazar-e-Sharif to Kabul, then Peshawar, Pakistan. The project will allow Uzbekistan, Afghanistan, and Kazakhstan to sell worldwide through sea routes.
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