Almaty, Kazakhstan, November 1, 2017 – More than $26 million in letters of intent to conduct future trade in Central Asia were signed during the October 18-19 seventh annual Central Asia Trade Forum - Future Growth: Trade, Transport & Horticulture in Almaty, Kazakhstan. More than 1,100 government and business leaders from 18 countries in Central Asia, South Asia, and Europe participated in the two day event, which also brought the U.S. Ambassadors to Kazakhstan, Turkmenistan, and Uzbekistan to lead session and provide remarks.  

On December 3, Odessa hosted the International Forum “Bridging Europe and Asia: a new look at the formation of transcontinental routes system.” The event discussed the creation of the most optimal logistics schemes from Asia to Europe, which will reduce the time frame, increase the safety of cargo and optimize costs. The participants focused on the fact that the most promising is the development of multimodal transportation schemes with maximum use of railway and water transport possibilities.

On February 24, 2015 in Beijing was the meeting of the Deputy Chairman of China Communications Transport Association Mr. Wang Dêrong and the General Director of the Union of Transport of Kazakhstan “KAZLOGISTICS” Almagambetov K. E on coordination and problem-solving to increase transit between countries.

Head of State Nursultan Nazarbayev has repeatedly called the development of the transport logistics of one of the major problems facing the economy of Kazakhstan. So 25 plenary session of Foreign Investors Council of Kazakhstan President Nursultan Nazarbayev announced the launch of the “New Silk Road”, "Kazakhstan should revive its historical role and become the largest business transit hub of Central Asia, a bridge between Europe and Asia ... "at this point in the execution of orders of the Head of state is working to improve the logistics of climate, in particular, a working group on improving the logistics of climate index LPI World Bank.

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