Tehran, Baku Sign Road Transportation Agreement
Economy, Domestic Economy

Tehran, Baku Sign Road Transportation Agreement

Iran and Azerbaijan have signed an agreement to boost cooperation in road transportation. The agreement was reached during a two-day meeting of the Iran-Azerbaijan Road Transport Commission held in Tehran on July 11-12. According to Mohammad Javad Atrchian, who chairs the commission, the agreement entails exchange of information and statistics among other measures to facilitate cross-border passenger and cargo transportation, IRNA reported.


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