North–South Transport Corridor

Iran seeks more Russian, Indian funding for transport projects

A senior Iranian government official says the country may tap more funding from Russia and India for transport projects that could facilitate international cargo transit through the Iranian territory.

Transportation

Tehran, Moscow working on INSTC corridor project: Ambassador

Iranian Ambassador to Moscow Kazem Jalali said that Tehran and Moscow are planning to complete three different routes of the strategically significant International North-South Transit Corridor (INSTC).

Transportation

Iran, Russia discuss implementation of INSTC corridor

Senior officials from Iran and Russia have explored ways to implement the strategically important International North-South Transit Corridor (INSTC).

Transportation

Construction of Rasht-Astara railroad awaits Russia’s decision

A Russian delegation is in Iran to review the possibility of making investments in the construction project of a strategically important Rasht-Astara railroad in northern Iran.

Transportation

Iran not to wait for Russia, China to complete Rasht-Astara railway

Deputy Minister of Road and Urban Development Kheirollah Khademi said on Wednesday that some €800 million is required for the completion of Rasht-Astara railway, while noting that Iran will not wait for Russia and China to provide the needed finance.

Transportation

Iran, Russia reach major transit agreement

Iran and Russia has reportedly reached a major agreement on Russia’s transport via the Iranian soil.

Transportation

Iran’s national maritime carrier launches offices in India

The Islamic Republic of Iran Shipping Line Group (IRISL Group) announced it has launched offices in different parts of India to help a multimodal transit of goods in the strategically important International North-South Transit Corridor (INSTC).

Transportation

Iran says roughly $660 million required to complete key INSTC rail project

Around 220 trillion rials ($656 million) are needed to complete the construction of Rasht-Astara railroad, says the CEO of the Construction and Development of Transportation Infrastructures Company.

Transportation

Russia invites Iran, Azerbaijan to create operator to develop INSTC project

Russia has invited Azerbaijan and Iran to create a logistical operator for the western route of the International North-South Transportation Corridor, Russian First Deputy Prime Minister Andrei Belousov said at the 15th Verona Eurasian Economic Forum on Friday.

Transportation

Iran, Russia, Azerbaijan agree on development of strategic corridor

Representatives of Iran, Russia and Azerbaijan have reached an agreement on the development of the western branch of the strategically important International North-South Transit Corridor (INSTC).

Transportation