New four-country partnership brings the Middle Corridor to Europe
The transport ministers of Turkey, Bulgaria, Serbia, and Hungary established a quadrilateral coordination council and a rail transport working group. They aim to jointly invest in and develop rail infrastructure, focusing on freight transport. As the Turkish transport minister Adil Karaismailoğlu underlined, the partners aspire to become “regional and global logistics leaders”, and the Silk Road’s Middle Corridor will play a role in that.
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