|The Northern Distribution Network and the Modern Silk Road: Planning for Afghanistan’s Future|
|January 02, 2010|
In the first half of 2009, the United States established several new transit corridors for delivery of nonlethal goods to its forces in Afghanistan. The supply lines enter Afghanistan’s northern borders from Uzbekistan and Tajikistan via routes that begin in Latvia and Georgia and cross through Russia and Kazakhstan.
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