Kazakhstan sends first railway cargo to Iran

The first freight train from Kazakhstan entered Iran on Sunday through Incheboron international railroad, carrying coal.

16 August 2021
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The first freight train from Kazakhstan entered Iran on Sunday through Incheboron international railroad, carrying coal.

Golestan Province’s Governor-General Hadi Haqshenas expressed hoped that the entrance of the train to Iran would be the start of an increase in regional trade, stating that the railroad could largely reduce transit costs.

 Incheboron railroad, located at Incheboron dry port and free trade zone, has the privilege to connect Eurasian countries to Iran, according to Haqshenas.

 Incheboron railroad is a part of north-south corridor that can carry out a great share of rail transportation of Commonwealth Independent States (CIS).

 Incheboron has been located on the northernmost border of Iran, adjacent to Turkmenistan. It is 80 kilometers north of Gonbad Kavous in Golestan Province, northern Iran.

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