Officials of Republic of Azerbaijan, Iran and Russian Federation have signed an agreement to study jointly feasibility of a project to create the North-South corridor.
The Qazvin-Rasht railway, stretched along the Caspian Sea in northern Iran, will connect to the International North South Transportation Corridor (INSTC) today.
Iran’s Roads and Urban Development Minister Mohammad Eslami called on the member states of the International North-South Transport Corridor (INSTC) to establish joint logistics companies to increase the Corridor’s transportation capacity.
The seventh Coordinating Council meeting for the International North–South Transport Corridor (INSTC) has kicked off in Tehran with representatives from 14 countries in attendance.
Iran is to host the 7th coordination council and the North South Corridor ministerial meeting on March 4 -5 in Tehran.
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