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Iran’s Trade Heart Beating in Southeastern Province

Sistan and Balouchestan province enjoys unique potentials for trade and goods transit due to its geographical situation, a provincial official said on Monday.

Sistan and Balouchestan is the beating heart of transit through Iran as the businessmen in neighboring countries have kept special eye on the province due to its great capacities in the sea and on the ground,” Deputy Provincial Governor for Economic Affairs, Mandana Zangeneh, made the remarks at a meeting on Sunday.

“Due to great capacities, the province attracts giant trade ships to berth at its ports,” Zangeneh said.   

Sistan and Balouchestan province in Southeastern Iran has long borders with Pakistan and Afghanistan. The province connects India to the South of Sea of Oman through the geostrategic Iranian port of Chabahar.

In relevant remarks yesterday, Mandana Zangeneh said the high capacities of Chabahar port have attracted many investors, adding that a company has proposed to make €550m investment in the region.

News No: 9920
Date: 2020/09/28 - 18:37
News Source: Fars News

Chabahar port  Mandana Zangeneh 

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