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Azerbaijani and Iranian experts to discuss transport corridor prospects

By M. Alkhazashvili
(Translated by Diana Dundua)
Friday, February 1
Experts from Iran and Azerbaijan will hold talks on the International North–South Transport Corridor, the news agency Regnum reports.

On the agenda is the construction of a railway bridge over the Araks River, customs checkpoint construction and the issue of speeding up construction of the Iranian section of the railway.

The International North–South Transport Corridor was established in Russia in 2000 by Russia, India and Iran, and now comprises 11 members. Azerbaijan joined the project in 2005.