Iran, India to consider reciprocal tariff incentives for the development of maritime trade

at the 10th meeting of the Joint Committee on Port-Maritime Cooperation between Iran and India, issues related to the Indian contract in Chabahar port were reviewed and emphasis was placed on accelerating the fulfillment of the Indian side's commitments in this port.
Iran, India to consider reciprocal tariff incentives for the development of maritime trade

PMO News Portal - at the 10th meeting of the Joint Committee on Port and Maritime Cooperation between Iran and India, the two sides discussed issues between the two countries based on a pre-determined agenda.

Emphasis on reciprocal tariff incentives for the development of shipping and maritime trade, review of issues related to the Indian contract in the port of Chabahar, review of strategies to increase the transit of Indian goods to Russia, CIS and northern European countries through Chabahar port and the north-south corridor of Iran as well as utilizing the training capacities of the two sides was among the most important issues raised at the meeting.

At the meeting, Khosro Saraee the Director General of Transit, Logistics and Agreements of the Ports and Maritime Organization reported on the latest steps taken to resolve the contract issues in Chabahar.

while emphasizing the importance of strengthening trade relations and cooperation between the two countries, especially through maritime transport and the port of Chabahar, Sanjay Bandopadhyay; The Deputy Minister of Shipping of India, said: Strengthening the position of Chabahar port from a commercial and operational perspective is one of the government's priorities in India and this is important through measures such as holding the International Conference on Chabahar Day in India, holding numerous working meetings with companies manufacturing equipment needed for Shahid Beheshti port of Chabahar.

Jul 14, 2021 12:13