March 2018, Vol. 245, No. 3

In The News

World News

Saudi Funding Reported for TAPI The Turkmenistan-Afghanistan-Pakistan-India pipeline (TAPI) has reportedly received a Saudi investment as construction begins on the difficult Afghan section to run abreast of the 346-mile Kandahar-Herat highway. Maksat Babayev, the Turkmen deputy prime minister with the portfolio for energy issues, announced at a Jan. 19 government meeting that the construction funds have already been disbursed by the Saudi Fund for Development. The Saudi Fund has not confirmed the funding, and Turkmenistan has not revealed how much money was provided. “Turkmenistan and Saudi Arabia are among those nations possessing huge reserves of natural resources, and that creates fav

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