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News ID: 74563 |
Publish Date: 14:15 - 19 June 2017

Afghanistan Demanded 37000 Tons of Sugar to be Transited from Chabahar Port

The transportation and transit deputy at Chabahar Free Zone Organization pointed out to the infrastructural development of Chabahar-Milk route and announced that the negotiations have been made for transiting 37 thousand tons of Sugar to Afghanistan through Chabahar Port.

Afghanistan Demanded 37000 Tons of Sugar to be Transited from Chabahar Port
Referring to the elimination of transit restrictions in Chabahar-Milk route, Mohsen Mohammadi stated: thanks to the restoration and an increase in the capacity of Milk border, goods and commodities will be transited in the safest way and shortest time to Afghanistan, MANA correspondent reported.
Announcing that for supplying its basic needs, Afghanistan demanded 37 thousand tons of sugar to be transited from Chabahar port, Mohammadi emphasized: numerous negotiations, so far, have been made in this regard, so that, the first 7000-tons sugar cargo was transited to Afghanistan from Chabahar port in the last year.
It is noteworthy that Afghanistan has shown keen interest in utilizing Chabahar -one of the largest international transit corridors- for meeting its basic needs as well as exporting goods.
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