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Interactive session in Islamabad talks about benefits of TAPI

During an interactive session organized in Islamabad by the Center for The interactive session organized in Islamabad by the Center for Global and Strategic Studies (CGSS), highlighted the benefits of the TAPI project. The chief guest of the event was the CEO and head of TAPI Pipeline Company Limited (TPCL) CEO Muhammetmirat Amanov was the main guest of the event. The total The main guest of the event was Mr. Muhammetmyrat Amanov, CEO and Head of the Board of TAPI Pipeline Company Limited (TPCL). companies, ministries and CGSS Advisory Council. Also, the event was attended by Experts in the field of economy, energy and trade also took part in the event.

Opening the session on TAPI, CGSS chief Syed Khalid Amir Jafferi stressed that this gas pipeline will change the situation in the region. region.

The Ambassador of Turkmenistan in Pakistan A.Movlyamov spoke further, saying that our country is the fourth largest gas reserves in the world. Turkmenistan ranks 4th in the world in gas reserves and would not mind to share its natural riches with neighboring countries. That will allow expand the partnership between the powers of the region. Consequently, the project connecting Turkmenistan with Pakistan, Afghanistan, India, is beneficial for all participating countries.

Diplomat The diplomat also said that the agreements on TAPI had already been concluded and had moved into the stage of actual implementation. the stage of actual implementation. The implementation of this project will guarantee peace and stability in the region. peace and sustainability in the region and will bring multifaceted benefits to the participating states. benefits.

For his part, the CEO of TPCL added that TAPI will be the only way for India, Pakistan and Afghanistan to get gas through the pipeline. Currently, these countries use coal, oil and expensive liquefied gas. Pipeline length of about 1.840 thousand km will enable to supply annually about 33 billion cubic meters of gas from Turkmenistan.


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