On March 16-17, the first working session of the Trans Caspian International Transport Route (TMTM) was held in Istanbul since the beginning of the pandemic. Representatives of the participating countries in the Middle Corridor presented a report on the results of the work of 2020, and talked about their plans for 2021.
The event was attended by the leaders of the Georgian Railways’ freight transport. Participants of the TMTM (Middle Corridor) working group determined the volume of cargo to be transported in 2021 and agreed on competitive tariff rates. The agreement represents an increase in the volume of transit container shipments.
The attendees of the meeting, in order to fully realize the potential of the TMTM route and improve the technical-economic indicators, decided to develop a TMTM development strategy for 2025, which includes clear, consistent and accountable action by all participants in the Middle Corridor.