Given the 30% growth in trade between Iran and India and the increase in business activities, we give priority to what we have pledged in our joint contracts, said Ambassador of India to Iran.
PMO News Portal - At a meeting on exploring the potential
and capability of investing, transit and exports through Chabahar, Gaddam
Dharmendra, the ambassador of India to Iran stated that countries such as
Tajikistan, Uzbekistan, Kyrgyzstan and other CIS countries can be present in Chabahar
port and transit their goods in the best possible way.
He emphasized: over the past year, Iran and India's trade
has grown by 30%, and reached to about $ 17 billion a year. Due to the growth
in trade between Iran and India and the increase in business activities, we
give priority to what we have pledged in our joint contract.
At his two-day visit to Chabahar, while visiting the
infrastructure, equipment and berths of the Shahid Beheshti Port Development
Project, Ambassador of India said: The
Chabahar port could play a very important role for the development of Indian
business. Chabahar port could be taken as symbol for the development of the two
countries’ business in future.