Iran’s commercial attache to Afghanistan has said that under the current situation, Afghanistan can be a new route for the transit of Iranian goods to Central Asian countries, especially Tajikistan and Uzbekistan.
Mohammad Mahdi Javanmard Qassab declared that using of Afghanistan’s capacity to transit goods to Uzbek and Tajik markets and Iran’s access to the two countries’ markets is of special significance under the current situation.
“Since Afghanistan is a member of the Carne Tir Convention, Iranian companies can make good use of the capacity of Afghan transport firms to transport goods to Central Asian countries,” he said.
Javanmard Qassab said that currently five to six containers or trucks are moving from the Milak border to Afghanistan to Tajikistan and Uzbekistan each week, but this amount of transit goods is very low and should be increased.
Iran will not ignore Afghanistan’s capacities in the field, as the two countries share good cultural and economic commonalities, which will be beneficial to both countries in future, he added.
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