Urmia (IP) - Iran's minister of roads and urban development said that the flow of trade cooperation between Iran and Turkey via rail is good and progressing.

Iran Press/Iran news: Mohammad Eslami, minister of roads and urban development of Iran, in an interview with Iran Press in Urmia, talked about the level of economic cooperation between Iran and Turkey via railway, noting that the development of rail transport with Turkey is a priority for the Iranian government and now 100 commercial wagons are exchanged between the two countries daily.

Eslami said that Iran's quadripartite agreement with CIS member states (Commonwealth of Independent States) has increased the volume of rail exchanges between Iran and Turkey.


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