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The first freight train from China to Ankara is received to inaugurate the railway that will revive the historic Silk Road

Posted by be2be on November 11, 2019
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Receiving the first freight train from China to Ankara to inaugurate the 828-meter-long railway, which will once again commemorate the historic Silk Road and forty-two electronic goods-laden trailers.

It takes a whole month to cross from China to Turkey and with the project called one belt one road will reduce the duration of the journey from the Far East to Western Europe to eighteen days These are global historical lines from the far east in China through several countries, including Turkey where a link Thus, the railroad map will reduce the time and cost and benefit the countries that the trains pass, especially those that form a strategic bridge.

Sixty countries and five billion people will benefit from the modern Silk Road. The means of transport through the Marmaray Tunnel under the Bosphorus Strait linking the Asian and European banks will strengthen Turkey’s geopolitical position and international status and will gain economic gains from inexpensive transport and will not remain restricted by trade with specific parties.

Azerbaijan, Georgia and Turkey inaugurated Baku-Tbilisi-Kars railway to extend the most important triangle in the project, developed transport infrastructure, and wider railway networks in other countries have developed developments that mean a rebound in trade between the two countries. Asia and Europe to exceed the current level of $ 21 trillion per year Farah Zaman Shawki island Ankara.

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