Kabul: An agreement was signed to create an economic corridor between Afghanistan, Uzbekistan, Kyrgyzstan and China.
Officials say that according to this contract, commercial goods will be transported to Afghanistan through China, Kyrgyzstan and Uzbekistan.
On the other hand, some economic analysts consider the signing of this agreement as a good start for the survival of the country’s business.
Experts also believe that any export and import agreement with Central Asian countries is a good step to prevent the economic disaster in the country and prevent the loss of commercial goods.
A quadrilateral agreement between the countries of Central Asia was signed by the officials of the National Railways Administration, and in addition to importing Chinese products, Afghanistan’s products also export to China through this corridor.