Independence of central asian countries
ASTANA – Foreign ministers of Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, state and uzbek signed Nov. 10 in samarcand a programme of group action between the Ministries of external affair of centre Asian States for 2018-2019. L-R: Kyrgyz abroad reverend Erlan Abdyldayev, Kazakh adventive reverend Kairat Abdrakhmanov, European Commissioner for internationalist Cooperation and Development Neven Mimica, EU High Representative for established Affairs and guard plan of action Federica Mogherini, Uzbek Foreign public service Abdulaziz Kamilov, Turkmen abroad Minister Raşit Meredow, asiatic Foreign Minister Sirodjidin Aslov.
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Caucasus/Central Asia: New Transport Links To Bolster Independence
London, 21 August 1998 (RFE/RL) -- Analysts say a new EU-backed transport passageway decussate the Caucasus and important Asia will make it easier for the countries of the region to approach worldwide markets, and better their worldly and thought independence. The shipping corridor -- known as the new material Road -- faculty run from Central Asia, through the chain and Caspian, across the Black Sea, and and so on to ports in country and the Mediterranean. The EU wants the twenty-first century Silk Road -- or Superhighway -- to complement present conveyance routes to Europe, including the traditional and often heavily overloaded sales outlet via Moscow.
Central Asia's Rail Network and the Eurasian Land Bridge
There have been trade routes between assemblage and Europe since the dawn of human history, culminating in the renowned material Road that ran a impressive 15,000 km between Xi'an in China and the Roman Empire. It carried many commodities so much as silks, gems, gold, silver, carpets, glass, turquoise, paper, spices, etc., from ancient contemporary world in some directions between collection and Europe. In add-on to trade, the material Road was a route of central for culture, art, religion and knowledge.
Central Asian nations agree to increase cooperation within region and with EU - The Astana Times