Estonia: Port of Tallinn to go public

Port operator Port of Tallinn (AS Tallinna Sadam) announced that they would get listed at the Tallinn Stock Exchange. This step follows the course outlined in the coalition agreement signed by the Center Party, the Social Democrats, and the Pro Patria and Res Publica Union (IRL) a year ago. According to the agreement, the plan…

Uzbekistan: aviation agreement with Spain inked

Uzbekistan and Spain have signed agreements on air services and international road transport, the Uzbek Foreign Ministry reported. The document was signed by Foreign Ministers of Uzbekistan and Spain Abdulaziz Kamilov and Alfonso Dastis in Madrid. The signed documents create a legal basis for the development of bilateral cooperation in the transport and communication sphere…

Azerbaijan: four bridges constructed

Four bridges have been constructed in Azerbaijani Agstafa district, Azeravtoyol OJSC reported. Three bridges were built on the Agstafa-Poylu-Georgian state border highway and one bridge on the Agstafa-Poylu-Duzgishlag-Gazakh highway to ensure comfortable and safe movement of the citizens. New bridges were built across Agstafachay, Ajiderechay and Kura rivers, as well as over the railway. The…

Ukraine: Kyiv International Airport most popular international directions in October 2017

Kyiv International Airport (Zhuliany) has informed that the most popular international directions in October were Minsk, Dubai, Budapest, Ankara, and Warsaw. “The most popular international directions in October were Minsk (Belarus), Dubai (UAE), Budapest (Hungary), Ankara (Turkey), Warsaw (Poland). Among domestic flights, Odessa, Zaporizhzhia and Lviv are in the lead,” according to a press release…

Turkmenistan: new port to open huge opportunities for optimizing transport flows

President of Turkmenistan Gurbanguly Berdimuhamedov inspected the construction of a new international sea port in Turkmenbashi on the Caspian shore. The project is being implemented by Turkey’s Gap Insaat. The project is an important part of Turkmenistan’s complex industrialization, said Berdimuhamedov, adding that its implementation would create more than 2,500 jobs. It was noted that…

Latvia: approximately 4,000 km of roads unused

There are approximately 4,000 km of roads in Latvia that are practically unused for transport, said Latvian Transport Minister Uldis Augulis on November 9. He says most of those roads are local and municipal roads. With that, maintenance intensity will be reduced for those roads. “It would be nice if we could maintain roads leading…

Turkmenistan becoming transport and logistics hub of international importance

Turkmenistan is turning into a country of major transport and logistics hubs of interregional and intercontinental importance located along the Silk Road, the country’s President Gurbanguly Berdimuhamedov said in an appeal to employees of the state customs service in connection with their professional holiday. Turkmenistan’s positions in the global economic space are being strengthened, he…