The Embassy of Turkmenistan in Pakistan organized a seminar on the TAPI project

A seminar "Strategic importance of the Turkmenistan-Afghanistan-Pakistan-India (TAPI) gas pipeline project for the region"was held in the capital of Pakistan, Islamabad. The seminar was organized by the Embassy of Turkmenistan in the Islamic Republic of Pakistan jointly with the research centre "Measak", which became the initiator of the event, the Ministry of foreign Affairs of Turkmenistan.

The guests of the event were the Minister of state for the Parliament of Pakistan Muhammad Ali Khan, Director General of the research center "Measak" Muhammad Abdullah Gul, heads of diplomatic missions accredited in Pakistan, diplomats, scientists and experts of research institutes, as well as the media.

During the seminar, the sides exchanged views on the implementation of the largest regional project - the TAPI gas pipeline.

In his opening speech, Muhammad Abdullah Gul praised the regional importance of the TAPI gas pipeline, designed to unite peoples and ensure peace and stability in the region.

Also there was a performance of expert research center "Measak" Abdul Rahman Bilal, who gave a presentation on the technical features of the TAPI, it is the future route to financing and feasibility studies.

Muhammad Ali Khan, Minister of state for Pakistan's Parliament, said in his speech that the TAPI project will serve as a bridge between peoples.

In all the speeches, the TAPI gas pipeline was designated as a project designed to economically strengthen the countries of the region, accelerate integration and ensure peace and stability in the region.

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