The goal is to strengthen ties between Uzbekistan and Pakistan

The first car, which left Pakistan on April 29 this year as a test in accordance with the Customs Convention on International Transport, arrived in Uzbekistan on May 4.

The vehicle with a special container set off on the Karachi-Kabul-Termez route, traveled a long distance for about 5 days and entered the country.

The project was implemented by the International Freight Forwarders Association of Uzbekistan with the support of the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) and Pakistani TCS Logistics.

The purpose of the transportation of humanitarian aid in this direction is to identify possible problems in international transportation and find the right solution.

It should be noted that USAID is working to establish and strengthen ties between Central and South Asia.
Pakistan's economic integration will provide technical and financial support to this initiative.

Because of such focused efforts, the first cargoes were successfully delivered to Central Asia via international transport routes (TIR).

This was reported by the press service of the US Embassy in Uzbekistan.