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Turkmenistan to send fertilizer to India via Iran

A bilateral agreement has been signed to use Amirabad Port in the northern Mazandaran province as a corridor for transiting 30,000 tons of fertilizer from Turkmenistan to India, the director of Amirabad Special Economic Zone said.

Official noted that the freight will first be transported via railroad to Shahid Rajaee Port, Iran’s biggest container port at the mouth of the Strait of Hormuz in southern Hormozgan province. “Then, it will be shipped to India,” he added.

Read more on Mehr News Agency.

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