Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi has called on Central Asian countries to benefit from Iran’s southeastern Chabahar Port capacities for expanding their trade in the region, Bloomberg reported.
The World Free Zones Organization (World FZO) has approved Chabahar port in southeastern Iran to become a permanent member at this organization, IRNA reported on Tuesday.
Behrouz Aghaei, the director-general of Ports and Maritime Department of Sistan-Baluchestan Province in southeastern Iran, has said the country’s largest fully mechanized grain silo, with a loading and unloading capacity of 1,200 tons per hour, will be put into operation in the next Iranian calendar year (starts in March 2022).
Development of Chabahar Port in southeastern Iran raised capacity to load and unload more than 8.5 million tons of goods a year, a local official said on Sunday.
A member of board of directors of Confederation of Iranian Industry says normalization of the UAE’s ties with Israel means that Iran should change policy of transit of goods and trade from the UAE to other countries because this route is now getting risky and dangerous.
Iran, India, and Uzbekistan held the first-ever meeting of a trilateral working group on the joint use of the strategic Chabahar Port, southeastern Iran.
India welcomes the interest of Uzbekistan to use the Chabahar port as a transit port, the MEA said in a statement
Loading and unloading of non-oil cargoes increased by 97 percent in Chabahar port in the first five months of the current Iranian year.
India’s eighth vessel carrying wheat cargo to Afghanistan has been berthed at Chabahar’s Shahid Beheshti Port, southeastern Iran.
Iranian officials revealed the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Afghanistan private sector in the field of transit via Chabahar Port.