Turkey will likely have to strike a balance in Central Asia. It will inevitably have the greatest influence there via the Turkic Council, yet it needs to work in coordination with China and Russia to ensure that they do not get spooked by the rising strength and prosperity of the Turkic world. Through new trade routes and cooperation in many sectors Turkey can make sure that the two giants remain friendly. I am sure that the Turkic Council has discussed debt-trapping and other threats, and are treading carefully as a result.Although its unlikely, given Uzbekistan's wealth, I wouldn't be surprised if China had partial funding in this project. It's a win-win for them and they've carried out similar ventures in Pakistan.
Turkey has to be careful in regards to China building its influence on Turkic countries by debt-trapping diplomacy.
Mongolia is a great example: