Turkmenistan has previously played an important role in interregional trade relations, and today, when this historical legendary route is being revived, its role is becoming even more significant. The strategic location and all the ambitious infrastructure projects that are implemented under the wise leadership of our leader, make the country a key player on the new Silk Road connecting Asia and Europe. The commissioning of a modern multifunctional port complex with numerous specialized terminals, built using advanced technologies, not only makes it possible to multiply increase transit through the territory of Turkmenistan, but also increases its export potential and strengthens the national economy.
Turkmenbashi International Seaport located in the eastern part of the Caspian Sea. The port has important geopolitical significance in Eurasia. Being on the Europe-Caucasus-Asia trade route (TRACECA), it is able to receive ships throughout the year, carrying out loading and unloading operations around the clock. The Turkmenbashi International Seaport is a “sea gate” connecting the Central Asia and Europe by sea, road and rail routes and serves as the largest transit hub of the region. Foreign cargo ships moored at this port before continuing sailing to Azerbaijan and Astrakhan. It is the largest seaport in Turkmenistan. Located in the city of Turkmenbashi.