China to assist Georgia in developing Trans-Caspian International Transport Corridor
China to assist Georgia in developing Trans-Caspian International Transport Corridor

China will assist Georgia in developing of Trans-Caspian International Transport Corridor, so called middle corridor, within the frameworks of the Belt and Road Initiative, Dimitri Kumsishvili, First Vice Prime Minister of Georgia and Minister of Economy and Sustainable Development, and Li Xiaopeng, Transport Minister of China, announced during the meeting.

It was noted at the meeting that Georgia is actively working with partner countries on development of the Trans-Caspian International Transport Route, the same “middle corridor”. Railroad-container transportation has been carrying out from China through this international route.

“We have requested promotion of Trans-Caspian International Transport Route, the same “middle corridor”, from both local and central authorities of China,” Kumsishvili said. According to him, Transport Minister of China promised his country’s support in this regard.

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