Azerbaijan, Iran and Georgia establish electron corridor for cargo transit

Azerbaijan, Iran and Georgia establish electron corridor for cargo transit
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  • calendar-gray 28 January 2020

Azerbaijan, Iran, and Georgia have established an electron corridor for the transit of cargo, Head of the Islamic Republic of Iran Customs Administration (IRICA) Mehdi Mirashrafi stated, APA’s Tehran bureau reports.

According to him, Azerbaijan, Iran, and Georgia participate in the first phase of the corridor, India, and Russia will join to next phase.

M. Mirashrafi said that the implementation of this project is to use current potentials for transit of countries along the North-South corridor: “Online exchange of custom information via single window system (joint border gate) has been currently put into operation between Iran and Turkey and such a single-window system will be implemented with other countries as well in the next stage.”

M. Mirashrafi also noted that China, Iraq, Turkey, UAE, and Afghanistan are important export partners of Iran. Iran mostly cooperates with China, UAE, Turkey, India, and Germany in an import field.
 

Suleyman Farzaliyev

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