Saturday, June 22

To Support Central Asian Trade, Pakistan explored Various Routes

To Support Central Asian Trade, Pakistan explored Various Routes

To Support Central Asian Trade, Pakistan explored Various RoutesPakistan has strategically taken use of the Wakhan Corridor to get unrestricted access to Central Asia, avoiding economic obstacles and boosting trade activity.
There has been a discernible change in the manner that Pakistan and Iran actively search for alternate routes, moving away from Afghanistan and promoting a new age of unrestricted commerce with Central Asia.
An important turning point in Pakistan’s regional economic policy has been reached with the decision to stop depending on Afghanistan’s transit commerce via the Gwadar port.
Through the Pak China Trade Corridor, which connects Karachi with Shanghai and Kashgar, the National Logistics Corporation (NLC) has become a significant player in this environment. NLC just completed a successful export cargo transfer under the UN-mandated TIR system from Pakistan to Kyrgyzstan.
In addition to creating important economic connections, NLC’s freight service has grown to be essential for the delivery of necessities like medications to Bishkek.
NLC trucks are returning from Kyrgyzstan to Pakistan with a wide range of goods in exchange. This growing overland commerce reaches Russia, Eastern Europe, and other Central Asian countries.

Editor: Raja Kamran