Latvia boosts cooperation with Central Asian countries: the end of the tunnel or a trap?
Latvia and the Baltic States are among the hardest hit countries in terms of rail freight volume losses since the war in Ukraine started. Stranded in Europe’s northeast and on the border with Russia, Latvia saw its freight volumes dropping abruptly during spring and found itself looking for alternatives. Central Asian countries like Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan were among the first and most potent candidates for the country’s diversification strategy. However, is this approach paying off?
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