The Center Hall (Trans-Caspian Worldwide Vehicle Course, or TITR) holds critical significance for Kyrgyzstan, the country’s minister to Azerbaijan, Kairat Osmonaliev, told Kyrgyz media, Azernews reports.

“The subject of the Center Hall is presently under dynamic conversation. Basically, it resuscitates the activity of the old traditional Silk Street, which initially went through Focal Asian nations, including the Caucasus. We are ceaselessly dealing with on this problem, including boosting multimodal transportation along the hallway,” the minister said.

He noticed that Baku is presently turning into a local coordinated operations center, with the Baku Alat International Sea Trade Port and the Baku Hovsan Worldwide Ocean Exchange Port. As indicated by him, conversations are in progress for collaboration among Kyrgyzstan and the two ports.

The Center Passage is a transportation and shipping lane that associates Asia and Europe, going through a few nations in the locale. It is an elective course to the conventional Northern Hall and Southern Passageway. The course begins in China and crosses Focal Asian nations. It then goes through the Caspian Ocean, Azerbaijan, Georgia, and Türkiye prior to arriving at Europe.

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