Ashgabat Agreement aims at establishment of International Transport and Transit Corridor between the Iran, Oman, Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan. It was signed in April 2011 and is named after capital of Turkmenistan, Ashgabat.
It establishes international transport and transit corridor between Central Asia and the Persian Gulf countries. Pakistan is also its member since October 2016.
Recently India has joined Ashgabat Agreement which envisages facilitation of transit and transportation of goods between Central Asia and the Persian Gulf to significantly boost up trade and investment. It was informed by Turkmenistan, as depository state of the Agreement that all its four founding members.
Topics: Ashgabat • Ashgabat Agreement • Central Asia • Countries • Foreign trade of India • Foreign trade of Pakistan • Law by country • Politics by country • Rail transport in Tajikistan • Transport in Turkmenistan • Turkmenistan
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