ICCIMA Promotes Transit Corridor in Sofia
Economy, Domestic Economy

ICCIMA Promotes Transit Corridor in Sofia

Head of Iran Chamber of Commerce, Industries, Mines and Agriculture Mohsen Jalalpour is in Bulgaria’s capital Sofia to push forward the proposed Iran-Bulgaria transit corridor. “China, India and many countries around Iran could be connected to Europe through this corridor,” Jalalpour was quoted as saying by IRNA in a meeting with his Bulgarian counterpart, Tsvetan Simeonov, on Friday. The corridor, which starts from Iran to pass through Azerbaijan/Armenia, Georgia and Bulgaria, was the main topic of discussion during a visit by Bulgarian Transport Minister Ivaylo Moskovski and his accompanying 69-strong delegation in Tehran in early March. Jalalpour arrived in Sofia on Friday to meet Bulgarian officials and businesspeople during a three-day visit.

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