The first joint meeting of port and maritime cooperation between Iran and Qatar

Director General of Transit, Logistics and Agreements of PMO discussed the issue of long waiting times for Iranian vessels in Qatari ports; Especially at the port of Al-Ruwais, and the Qatari side pledged to investigate the issue regarding the Iranian vessels
The first joint meeting of port and maritime cooperation between Iran and Qatar

PMO News Portal - Regarding the first virtual meeting of the Joint Committee on Port and Maritime Cooperation between the Islamic Republic of Iran and Qatar, Khosrow Saraee emphasized the need to strengthen port and maritime cooperation between the two countries, and said: Ports and Maritime Organization of the Islamic Republic of Iran and Mwani Qatar, as the governing institutions in the field of ports and maritime affairs, must make every effort to provide appropriate opportunities for private sector investors in Iran and Qatar.

Saree added: Considering the efforts of the two sides to strengthen and develop cooperation and increase the transportation of goods, logistics in the supply chain should be strengthened in terms of infrastructure and superstructure, also suitable conditions and facilities should be created in the ports of the two countries.

In this mmeting, Abdul Aziz Aliafi'i, Executive deputy of Mwani Qatar, also expressed that The two countries have a long history of port and maritime cooperation, and the Qatari government and Mwani Company make every effort to encourage Qatari investors and traders to invest in Iranian ports and facilitate the activities of Iranian investors in Qatari ports.

Director General of Transit, Logistics and Agreements of PMO discussed the issue of long waiting times for Iranian vessels in Qatari ports; Especially at the port of Al-Ruwais, and the Qatari side pledged to investigate the issue regarding the Iranian vessels

The establishment of a passenger shipping line between the ports of Iran and Qatar was also discussed at the meeting.

Mar 16, 2021 11:43