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Will Pakistani state actually wake up to this or keep chasing after rich whities?

We could maximize goods we can export to Central Asia if we jointly build rail link. What about the rail link to Turkey that was always talked about but Pakistan or others in that group never acted upon it.
This is why securing access across Afghanistan is key. It’s been nearly 20 years since that kind of access was possible. If Afghanistan is stabilized; Caspian Sea oil and gas from Turkmenistan and Azerbaijan can be sent down to our market, exported via Gwadar and Karachi, or sent to China. Trade can go both ways to Europe and Central Asia and come from and go out to Africa. It’s a key way we can quickly repay the CPEC debt, and self fund the railways and other infrastructure we need.

The trans-shipment industry alone could employ tens of thousands and the service industry for these truck drivers could employ tens of thousands more.

this is why Imran khan went to Kabul, to get a transit trade agreement signed (that excludes Indian exports to Afghanistan) so we can access Central Asia.
 
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This is why securing access across Afghanistan is key. It’s been nearly 20 years since that kind of access was possible. If Afghanistan is stabilized; Caspian Sea oil and gas from Turkmenistan and Azerbaijan can be sent down to our market, exported via Gwadar and Karachi, or sent to China. Trade can go both ways to Europe and Central Asia and come from and go out to Africa. It’s a key way we can quickly repay the CPEC debt, and self fund the railways and other infrastructure we need.

The trans-shipment industry alone could employ tens of thousands and the service industry for these truck drivers could employ tens of thousands more.

this is why Imran khan went to Kabul, to get a transit trade agreement signed (at excludes Indian exports to Afghanistan) so we can access Central Asia.
you are absolutely, TAPI pipeline might go the consortium of Israeli american companies to bring oil and gas to Pakistan and then to India. Pakistans conditions were clear that India needs to be taken out of afghanistan for peace and once tapi is complete to pakistan then phase 2 can be with india.. the west agreed to it

india is pissed and boiling at pakistan's diplomatic maneuvers .. just imagine if idiot NS was there, he wouldve given his *** to india
 

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This is why securing access across Afghanistan is key. It’s been nearly 20 years since that kind of access was possible. If Afghanistan is stabilized; Caspian Sea oil and gas from Turkmenistan and Azerbaijan can be sent down to our market, exported via Gwadar and Karachi, or sent to China. Trade can go both ways to Europe and Central Asia and come from and go out to Africa. It’s a key way we can quickly repay the CPEC debt, and self fund the railways and other infrastructure we need.

The trans-shipment industry alone could employ tens of thousands and the service industry for these truck drivers could employ tens of thousands more.

this is why Imran khan went to Kabul, to get a transit trade agreement signed (at excludes Indian exports to Afghanistan) so we can access Central Asia.
I agree bro, I tried to highlight this aspect in the thread about Pakistan investing 1 billion dollar in Afghanistan (mostly for motorway to connect Afghan cities to Pakistan, and repatriation of refugees) but that thread was full of abuses for Pres Alvi.
 

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This is why securing access across Afghanistan is key. It’s been nearly 20 years since that kind of access was possible. If Afghanistan is stabilized; Caspian Sea oil and gas from Turkmenistan and Azerbaijan can be sent down to our market, exported via Gwadar and Karachi, or sent to China. Trade can go both ways to Europe and Central Asia and come from and go out to Africa. It’s a key way we can quickly repay the CPEC debt, and self fund the railways and other infrastructure we need.

The trans-shipment industry alone could employ tens of thousands and the service industry for these truck drivers could employ tens of thousands more.

this is why Imran khan went to Kabul, to get a transit trade agreement signed (at excludes Indian exports to Afghanistan) so we can access Central Asia.
Well said brother. There is money to be had just from logistics/freight/trucking industry alone. Maybe if people are doing a lot of business in the region, airlines will profit as well because people will need to travel for business.
 

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Well said brother. There is money to be had just from logistics/freight/trucking industry alone. Maybe if people are doing a lot of business in the region, airlines will profit as well because people will need to travel for business.
Not only that, it will remove Afghanistan as the “Clot” of Eurasia, and bring it into a productive Silk Road like network at first, and the a destination for mining, especially lithium. With Turkish influence over Dostum and Pakistani relations with Pashtun regions, different corridor; especially to Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan can be formed.

I agree bro, I tried to highlight this aspect in the thread about Pakistan investing 1 billion dollar in Afghanistan (mostly for motorway to connect Afghan cities to Pakistan, and repatriation of refugees) but that thread was full of abuses for Pres Alvi.
As they say, you need to pay to play. Considering the over 100 billion dollar loss to our economy, the least we could do is invest some to gain some access.
 
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I think by the looks of it.. although our support was probably only limited to the diplomatic front
I seriously doubt that the support was only limited to diplomatic front. I have a feeling we were sitting in their HQ's :D
You dont get to see this kind of public support if you only supported diplomatically
 

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