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Syllabus of the Subject: Trans-Caspian Trade and Transit Corridor (Central Corridor).

  1. Introduction to the Trans-Caspian Trade and Transit Corridor (Central Corridor): the shortest route between Asia and Europe;
  2. Member countries of the corridor: Afghanistan, Azerbaijan, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Turkey, Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan;
  3. Main features of the Trans-Caspian Trade and Transit Corridor (Central Corridor);
  4. The Trans-Caspian Corridor and its relationship with the
    1. Afghanistan-Turkmenistan-Azerbaijan-Georgia-Turkey Transport Corridor (Lapis Lazuli);
    2. Transport Corridor Europe-Caucasus-Asia (TRACECA);
    3. Islamabad-Tehran-Istanbul Rail and Road Corridor (ITI-ECO).
  5. Countries in the influence area of the Trans-Caspian Corridor: Ukraine, Moldova, Romania, Bulgaria, China, Russia, Syria, Iran, Pakistan and India;
  6. The Trans-Caspian Corridor as part of the Silk Road of the 21st century.

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Trans-Caspian Trade and Transit Corridor (Central Corridor).

The Trans-Caspian Trade and Transit Corridor (Central Corridor) is made up of Afghanistan, Azerbaijan, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Turkey, Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan.

It is the shortest and cheapest route between Asia and Europe. Merchandise exports between Asia and Europe can be transported up to three times faster through the Trans-Caspian Corridor than using traditional routes (Northern Corridor or Trans-Siberian Railway, maritime).

  1. The route through the Trans-Caspian Corridor is 2,000 km shorter than the route of the Northern Corridor;
  2. Every year about 10 million containers are transport from China to Europe, 96% are transported by sea and only the remaining 4% use the Trans-Siberian Railway (Northern Corridor);
  3. 33% reduction in time (15 days) compared to the traditional sea route;
  4. Better weather conditions;
  5. Corridor type: multimodal (rail, sea and road).

The Trans-Caspian Trade and Transit Corridor (Central Corridor) allows connecting, through other corridors, with the European markets (Ukraine, Moldova, Romania, Bulgaria), China, Russia, Syria, Iran, Pakistan and India.

The Trans-Caspian Corridor is part of the New Silk Road. This corridor shares many branches with the Afghanistan-Turkmenistan-Azerbaijan-Georgia-Turkey Transport Corridor (Lapis Lazuli) and with the Europe-Caucasus-Asia Transport Corridor (TRACECA).

The transportation of oil and petrochemical products from the Central Asian republics make this corridor a strategic objective for many countries, both in the region and for China or the United States.

Trans-Caspian Trade and Transit Corridor Route (Central Corridor)

The Trans-Caspian Transport Corridor departs from Istanbul (with maritime connections to the main Mediterranean ports), passing through Ankara and Kars to the Turkey-Georgia border.

In Georgia the corridor accesses the ports of Pod, Kulevi and Batumi (Black Sea, access to Bulgaria, Romania and Moldova). By road the Georgia-Azerbaijan border is reached, passing through Tbilisi (Capital of Georgia) sharing a route with the Afghanistan-Turkmenistan-Azerbaijan-Georgia-Turkey Transport Corridor (Lapis Lazuli). Access to the ports of Ayat and Baku.

From Baku (Capital of Azerbaijan) the Caspian Sea is crossed to Turkmenbashi (Turkmenistan). From Baku there are maritime connections for Aktau and Kuryk (Kazakhstan)

From Turkmenbashi (Turkmenistan) a road leaves that passing through Ashgabat reaches the Turkmenistan-Afghanistan border

It passes by rail and road, respectively, through Georgia, Azerbaijan, and the Caspian Sea (crossing the Caspian transit corridor) and reaches China following the Turkmenistan-Uzbekistan-Kyrgyzstan or Kazakhstan route.

Asian regional economic communities related to the Trans-Caspian Trade and Transit Corridor (Central Corridor).

  1. Central Asia Regional Economic Cooperation Programme (CAREC): Afghanistan, Azerbaijan, China, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Mongolia, Pakistan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan;
  2. Eurasian Economic Union (EAEU): Armenia, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan and Russia;
  3. Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO): Kazakhstan, China, Kyrgyzstan, Russia, Tajikistan and Uzbekistan;
  4. Economic Cooperation Organization (ECO): Afghanistan, Azerbaijan, Iran, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Pakistan, Tajikistan, Turkey, Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan;
  5. Commonwealth of Independent States (CEI): Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Moldova, Russia, Ukraine, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan;
  6. Cooperation Council of Turkic Speaking States: Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan and Turkey;
  7. Organization for Cooperation between Railways (OSJD): Azerbaijan, Albania, Afghanistan, Belarus, Bulgaria, Hungary, Vietnam, Georgia, Iran, Kazakhstan, China, North Korea, South Korea, Cuba, Kyrgyzstan, Latvia, Lithuania, Moldova, Mongolia, Poland, Russia, Romania, Slovakia, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan, Ukraine, Czech Republic and Estonia;
  8. Regional Organization for Democracy and Economic Development (GUAM): Azerbaijan, Georgia, Moldova and Ukraine;
  9. Organization of the Black Sea Economic Cooperation (BSEC): Albania, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Bulgaria, Georgia, Greece, Moldova, Romania, Russia, Turkey and Belarus;
  10. EU Eastern Partnership: Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Moldova and Ukraine;
  11. European Union-South Caucasus Relations: Armenia, Azerbaijan and Georgia;
  12. European Neighborhood Policy: Algeria, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Egypt, Georgia, Israel, Jordan, Lebanon, Libya, Moldova, Morocco, the Occupied Palestinian Territory, Syria, Tunisia and Ukraine;
  13. Black Sea Synergy: Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia, Moldova, Russia, Turkey and Ukraine;
  14. Turkey is a member of:
    1. Euro-Mediterranean Partnership;
    2. Customs Union with the European Union;
    3. Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE);
    4. Africa-Turkey Partnership;
    5. Turkey is an observer country in the Association of Caribbean States (ACS).

Free Trade Agreements related to the Countries of the corridor

  1. Kazakhstan
    1. Customs Union with Russia and Belarus;
    2. Free Trade Agreements with Armenia, Ukraine and Georgia;
    3. Enhanced Partnership and Cooperation Agreement with the European Union.
  2. Kyrgyzstan
    1. Trade and Economic Cooperation Agreement with Pakistan;
    2. Free Trade Agreements with Armenia, Moldova, Ukraine and Uzbekistan.
  3. Tajikistan
    1. Free Trade Agreements with Armenia, Ukraine and with the Eurasian Economic Union.
  4. Turkmenistan
    1. Free Trade Agreements with Armenia, Georgia and with the Eurasian Economic Union.
  5. Azerbaijan
    1. Free Trade Agreements (FTA) with Russia, Ukraine and Georgia;
    2. Free Trade Agreement between Georgia, Ukraine, Azerbaijan and Moldova;
    3. EU Eastern Partnership.
  6. Georgia
    1. European Union-Georgia Trade Agreement;
    2. EFTA-Georgia Free Trade Agreement (FTA);
    3. Free Trade Agreements (FTA) of Georgia with Turkey, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Russia, Ukraine, Kazakhstan, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan;
    4. Free Trade Agreement between Georgia, Ukraine, Azerbaijan and Moldova.
  7. Turkey
    1. Turkish Free Trade Agreements: EFTA, Tunisia, Egypt, EU, Chile, Africa-Turkey, Israel, Macedonia, Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Palestine, Syria, Jordan, Georgia and Albania.
  8. Islamic Trade Preferential System (TPS-OIC).

Main Euro-Asian institutions related to the corridor

  1. Boao Forum for Asia;
  2. Asia Cooperation Dialogue (ACD);
  3. Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (ESCAP);
  4. Asian Development Bank (ADB);
  5. Colombo Plan;
  6. Economic Commission for Europe (UNECE).

Major Islamic institutions related to the corridor

  1. Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OCI);
  2. Islamic Development Bank (IsDB).

The main religions of the region of the Transport Corridor Trans-Caspian (Central Corridor) are:

  1. Islam;
  2. Orthodox Christianity.

The Trans-Caspian Trade and Transit Corridor (Central Corridor) belongs to the:

  1. Central Eurasian Economic Area;
  2. Orthodox Economic Area.

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Sample:
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