Tehran, Ankara to Discuss Transit Bottleneck
Economy, Domestic Economy

Tehran, Ankara to Discuss Transit Bottleneck

A 24-kilometer queue is a permanent fixture at Iran-Turkey’s Bazargan Border Crossing, according to the manager of the border terminal in northwestern Iran. Jaber Akbarpour added that every day about 340 trucks manage to cross the border checkpoint, which is to blame on lack of parking space on the Turkish side. To improve traffic flow on this border, a meeting will be held in the coming days between Iranian and Turkish officials. The two sides will discuss increasing workforce, working hours and expansion of parking lots, IRNA quoted the official as saying.


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