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Uzbekistan plans to create a transport corridor to Malaysia

It is planned to create a transport corridor between Central and Southeast Asia. Uzbekistan intends to build this logistical route through Kazakhstan, China, Laos, Thailand and Malaysia.

The plans were revealed during the meeting of the Consul General of Uzbekistan in Bangkok Fakhriddin Sultanov with the Director General of the Department of Planning and Finance of the Ministry of Public Works and Transport of Laos Van Dilafan.

The parties agreed to organize a business trip of a delegation of relevant ministries and departments of Uzbekistan to Laos to discuss this project.

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