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Georgian Banks Didn’t Remove Restrictions from the Iranian Business

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Despite the lifting of international sanctions against Iran, the restriction policy  in the Georgian banking sector still applies  to Iranian companies  which  cannot start on bank transfers. As reported, the sanctions were lifted at the beginning of the year. We are talking about sanctions imposed against Iran in 2005, which …

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Iran-Russia Gas Swap Awaits Moscow’s Decision

Iran-Russia Gas Swap Awaits Moscow’s Decision

Iran, Russia gas swap remains as an idea at the moment, however Tehran is prepared for that, Hamid Reza Araqi, Iran’s deputy oil minister said. Iran and Russia’s Gazprom have held various talks on the issue in recent months, but no agreement has been reached so far, Araqi said, Fars …

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Rouhani Preparing to Visit Pakistan to Spur Energy Projects

Rouhani Preparing to Visit Pakistan to Spur Energy Projects

Iranian president Hassan Rouhani is preparing to visit Pakistan in coming days, IRNA reported on March 22. According to the report, the major agenda at Rouhani’s visit to Islamabad is negotiation over Iran-Pakistan gas pipeline as well as boosting power export to this country. Before, Pakistani Express Tribune reported that two …

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Maersk: No Agreement Yet on Developing Iran’s South Pars Oil Layers

Maersk: No Agreement Yet on Developing Iran’s South Pars Oil Layers

Denmark’s largest oil operator, Maersk Group says it continues talks with Iran to take part in possible oil projects, but no agreement has been reached so far. Iran’s semi-official Fars news agency reported March 15 that the high-ranking Iranian oil ministry officials have been holding secret talks with Maersk Group …

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Azerbaijan, Iran Plan to Launch New Passenger Route

Azerbaijan, Iran Plan to Launch New Passenger Route

Baku and Tehran are planning to launch a passenger train between Azerbaijan’s Nakhchivan city and Iranian city of Mashhad. This intention was sounded at a meeting between Javid Gurbanov, the Head of Azerbaijan Railways CJSC and Abbas Hajfathaliha, a member of the Board of the Iran Railways in Nakhchivan on …

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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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