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Road Transport Corridor B/W Turkey, Islamabad and Tehran Is Now Fully Operational

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Pakistan, (PNB News). The Pakistan, Tehran, and Istanbul Road Transport Corridor Project is now operating, with the first Pakistani commercial cargo shipment, arrived in Turkey on October 7. Last month, the cargo trucks left Karachi on September 27 and arrived in Istanbul on October 7, traveling a distance of 5,300 kilometers. The Turkish Trade Ministry organized a welcoming ceremony to commemorate the start of the corridor project connecting the two countries.

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The event was attended by Pakistan’s ambassador to Turkey, top Iranian officials, representatives from the Economic Cooperation Organization (ECO), the International Road Union (IRU), the Turkish Union of Chambers, and Commodity Exchanges (TOBB), and others from the public and commercial sectors. Under the auspices of ECO, Turkey’s Trade Ministry and equivalents in Iran and Pakistan began the project. The 8th Meeting of ECO Ministers of Transport and Communications in Ashgabat, Turkmenistan, in 2011 decided to create the road transport corridor.

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