North–South Transport Corridor

Iran, India, Afghanistan to celebrate Chabahar Day on 26 February

The port is Iran’s only exit way to international waters passing through the Sea of Oman. New Delhi has rapidly been developing the strategic port in a bid to export its commodities to Afghanistan bypassing Pakistan.

Transportation

India, Russia agree to fast-track goods transit via Iran

India is eyeing a bigger role in Eurasia and Afghanistan and is looking at Iran to further increase its influence. Iran is the main route of the Interantional North South Transport Corridor (INSTC) that can help New Delhi achieve its goal.

Transportation

Germany to join North-South Transport Corridor

New indications show the world’s biggest exporter may join an ambitious project to develop a new multimodal transit corridor that connects northern Europe to India. The purpose: getting connected to Iran.

Transportation

International North–South Transport Corridor alternative to Suez Canal

Transport costs through the International North–South Transport Corridor would be reduced by $2,500 per 15 tonnes of cargo. The new rout also shortens the distance between Mumbai and St. Petersburg from 40 to 14 days.

Transportation