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Iran, Russia sign landmark customs agreement

Iran and Russia signed an agreement for establishing a ‘green customs corridor’, the most important customs deal between the two countries. The agreement was signed as Deputy Head of the Federal Customs of the Russian Federation Vladimir Malinin met with Head of Iran’s Customs Organization Masoud Karbasian here in Tehran. …

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Iran Invites Boeing to Negotiate Airplane Purchase

Iran Invites Boeing to Negotiate Airplane Purchase

Iran has invited the US air craft manufacturer, Boeing to Tehran to negotiate an aircraft purchase, the country’s Minister of Transport Abbas Akhoundi said. “Following the signals of the US administration to Boeing on removing the aviation industry sanctions, we invited the company to Tehran for negotiations,” Akhoundi said, Iran’s …

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Azerbaijan’s Position Allows to Expand North-South Route

Azerbaijan's Position Allows to Expand North-South Route

Azerbaijan’s geographic location will allow expanding the North-South international transport route to the West. This was stated by Economy and Industry Minister Shahin Mustafayev last week. Speaking to local media, the minister said that the North-South transport route will make it possible to realize cargo transportation to Pakistan, India, Central …

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Georgia Might to Become Participant of Multimodal Transport Corridor

Georgia Might to Become Participant of Multimodal Transport Corridor

Representatives of Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan, Iran, Georgia and Turkmenistan have covered the prospects of development of multimodal transport corridor East-West. Heads of railway and maritime transport of 5 countries took part in the meeting. In particular, they discussed such issues as the reviewing of the existing transport infrastructure of the region, …

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Azerbaijan Hikes up Gas Supply to Georgia

Kaladze

The daily volume of Azerbaijani gas supply to Georgia has reached 8.3 million cubic meters, SOCAR reported. Georgia’s energy minister Kakha Kaladze is participating in the second Southern Gas Corridor Advisory Council Meeting. The energy ministers and representatives of various organizations from the Southern Gas Corridor member-states, including vice-president of …

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Future Directions of Baku-Tehran Cooperation Named

Future Directions of Baku-Tehran Cooperation Named

Azerbaijan and Iran are set to boost the bilateral relations in all fields, and top officials’ reciprocal visits are of significant importance for realizing these plans. Given the importance of such visits, Iranian President Hassan Rouhani can visit Azerbaijan during this year, Ambassador Mohsen Pak Ayeen said at a press …

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Azerbaijan, Iran to Deepen Energy Cooperation

Azerbaijan, Iran to Deepen Energy Cooperation

Azerbaijan and Iran with their huge energy prospects have recently intensified all-out cooperation in the energy sector. The two countries, eyeing a milestone in this sector, achieved a breakthrough after co-chairs of the Azerbaijan-Iran intergovernmental commission – Azerbaijan’s Economy and Industry Minister Shahin Mustafayev and Iranian Minister of Communications and …

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President Aliyev Embarks on Official Visit to Iran

Ilham Aliev

Azerbaijani President Ilham Aliyev embarked on an official visit to neighboring Iran on February 23. A guard of honor was lined up for President Aliyev at Iran’s Mehrabad airport decorated with the national flags of the two countries. The Azerbaijani president was welcomed by Iran’s high-ranking officials. Azerbaijan and Iran, the …

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Iran Eyes Expanded Energy ties With Azerbaijan

Iran Eyes Expanded Energy ties With Azerbaijan

Bilateral relations between Iran and Azerbaijan, the energy-rich neighbor countries, have deepened following the nuke deal and the lifting of international sanctions against Tehran. These developments promise new opportunities and prospects for economic cooperation between the two countries, in particular in the energy sector. Hamid Chitchian, Iran’s Energy Minister, believes that …

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Georgia’s Perspectives After Visa Regime Removal with Iran

Iran Georgia

Georgia has abolished the visa regime with Iran. Starting February 15, citizens of Iran are able to arrive in Georgia without entrance visas. This signifies the citizens of Iran who own ordinary passports of Iran are let enter Georgia without entrance visas and stay in the country for 45 days. …

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Georgia Can Supply Electricity to Iran

Electricity, Iran

Georgia can supply electricity surplus to Iran in spring and summer through Armenia and get it back in winter, when consumption increases in the country, Georgian Energy Minister Kakha Kaladze said, Sputnik International news agency reported. Kaladze went on an official visit to Iran on Feb. 16. Issues of cooperation …

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