Russia aims to ensure transport and logistics connectivity of greater Eurasia in order to provide better competitive conditions, the Russian Deputy Prime Minister, Alexey Overchuk said at the plenary session of the forum “Russia – Islamic World: KazanForum”.

According to him, this will provide better competitive conditions for commodity producers.

“Colleagues here have already talked about those infrastructure projects, about the creation of the North-South corridor, which we are carrying out together with our partners. Here we are closely cooperating with Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan, Tajikistan, Kyrgyzstan. This is the development of both railway transportation and the development road transport,” he said.