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Second Indian boxship enters Chabahar port

The second Indian container ship has entered the Iranian port of Chabahar, said Behrooz Aghaei, director general of the Ports and Maritime Organization of Iran’s Sistan and Baluchestan Province, Trend reports referring to Mehr News Agency. According to Aghaei, the INTER SYDNEY vessel is the second container ship to enter …

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Chabahar port exempted from sanctions

The top U.S. diplomat has granted an exception to certain U.S. sanctions that will allow the India-led development of a port in Iran as part of a new transportation corridor designed to boost Afghanistan’s economy, a State Department spokesman said on Tuesday. The exception granted by Secretary of State Mike …

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India wants Chabahar port exempted from sanctions

The southern Iranian port of Chabahar underscores some of the dilemmas US policy makers face in implementing sanctions against Tehran, according to a report by Wall Street Journal. WSJ report reads that India wants Chabahar port activities exempted from sanctions. High-level Iranian, Indian and Afghan officials also have been shuttling among their …

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Chabahar connects India with Afghanistan

Iran’s strategic port of Chabahar in the south of Sistan and Baluchestan, is one of the most important communication bridges for the transit of goods from India to Afghanistan, says IRNA. For the first time over the past 40 years, Behshad, a ship with 645 containers weighing 14,700 tons arrived …

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