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Asian Highway 4
Picture of Checkpoint building over AH4 at China/Pakistan border near Khunjerab Pass
Border Checkpoint building across AH4 near Khunjerab Pass
Major junctions
North endNovosibirsk, Russia
South endKarachi, Pakistan
CountriesRussia, Mongolia, China, Pakistan
Highway system
Asian Highway Network
Tabliczka AH3.svg AH3Tabliczka AH5.svg AH5

Asian Highway 4 (AH4) is a route of the Asian Highway Network which runs 6,024 km (3,743 mi) from Novosibirsk, Russia (on AH6) via Ürümqi, China (on AH5) to Karachi, Pakistan (on AH7).[1][2][3][4]

Associated routes[edit]



  • A0306 from the border with Russia near Ulaanbaishint to Ölgii (97 km)
  • A0305 from Ölgii to Khovd (178 km)
  • A0304 from Khovd to Mankhan (76 km)
  • A14 from Mankhan to Bulgan (305 km)
  • A14 from Bulgan to the border with China near Yarantai (47 km)[6]


China–Pakistan border, Khunjerab Pass


See also[edit]


  1. ^ "Intergovernmental agreement on the Asian Highway Network" (PDF). UNESCAP. 2003. Retrieved 2014-08-23.
  2. ^ "Asian Highway Handbook" (PDF). New York. 2003. Retrieved 19 Dec 2014.
  3. ^ "Asian Highway Route Map" (PDF). Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific. Retrieved 19 Dec 2018.
  4. ^ "Asian Highway Database - Country wise". UNESCAP. Retrieved 19 Dec 2018.
  5. ^ "Asian Highway route map in Russia" (PDF). UNESCAP. Retrieved 19 Dec 2018.
  6. ^ Сандагдорж, Я. (2008). Road network map of Mongolia.

External links[edit]

Treaty on Asian Highways with routes