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Iran completes ‘beauty link’ in North-South trade corridor

Iran completes ‘beauty link’ in North-South trade corridor


Iran is preparing to launch what could be the most beautiful railway in the country at the heart of an intercontinental multimodal transport project.

A 205-kilometer railway from Qazvin to Rasht in northern Iran is nearing completion and could be among the last parts of a rail link through which Russia would send its goods to Mumbai, India, Including Iran.

A report by the Iranian news agency IRNA said the railway could increase the number of tourists visiting Gilan province in northern Iran.

Situated on the shores of the Caspian Sea, Gilan is a popular destination for Iranian travelers – especially during the summer holidays and the New Year. Official figures show that it welcomes more than 30 million visitors each year.

The construction of the Qazvin-Rasht railway is already considered one of the most difficult rail projects in Iran given the wide variety of terrain. An important part of the challenge was to dig 25 kilometers of tunnels and build about 8 kilometers of bridges.

In Gilan, it was necessary to take him to the jungles and over the rice fields and rivers to minimize the damage to the environment.

An extension to the northern port city of Bandar Anzali would lead passengers to the shores of the Caspian and would also offer a return trip inland for cargo destined for domestic markets or Mumbai through the port of the Persian Gulf of Bandar Abbas. Another extension of Rasht would go to Astara in Azerbaijan.

Previously, Abbas Akhoundi, Iranian Minister of Roads and Urban Development, said the Qazvin-Rasht rail link would be ready by the end of the summer.

The North-South International Transport Corridor (NSTC), a multi-model road linking India and the Middle East to the Caucasus, Central Asia, and Europe, is encouraged to significantly reduce costs and travel time and Stimulate trade.

The route of the ship, the road, and the railway connects Mumbai from India to the Iranian port of Bander Abbas and Baku in Azerbaijan as well as Astrakhan, Moscow and St. Petersburg in Russia before extending to the Northern Europe and Scandinavia.

Iran’s first ever cruise ship completes maiden voyage

Iran’s first ever cruise ship completes maiden voyage


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Iran says its first journey deliver since the 1979 Islamic Insurgency has finished its lady trip and docked in the Persian Bay resort island of Qeshm.

The ship – which reports said were implicit Sweden – conveyed more than 200 travelers on the 127-kilometer voyage from Kish, Iran’s other primary resort island. The trek – that was made overnight –reportedly took around 12 hours.

The nine-story ship is 176 meters in length by 23 meters wide. It has 130 lodges and an aggregate of 417 overnight boardinghouses convey up to 1,600 travelers. Sunny can likewise convey 200 vehicles amongst Qeshm and Kish islands on four-to seven-day travels, AFP announced.

It highlights two films, eateries, a swimming pool and a gathering corridor, the leader of Qeshm’s oceanic transport and port undertakings, said Pejman Bahrami, the executive responsible for port issues of Qesh Unhindered commerce Zone.

“We trust that the primary voyage travel amongst Kish and Qeshm prompts a lift in tourism for these islands, expanding travelers and counteracting a large number of dollars being spent abroad,” AFP cited Bahrami as saying.

The charge for every individual is Rials 5 million (around $135 with every dollar at the normal free market rate of Rials 37,000.)

Sunny entered Iran’s waters in late Walk. Authorities have as of now said it is intended to energize the nation’s waterfront and marine tourism. They have additionally said that the ship would begin to visit more Iranian islands in the Persian Bay and would be even utilized for voyages to Dubai later on.