India, Iran, Afghanistan ink an agreement on Chabahar port

Tehran: An agreement was today signed by India, Iran and Afghanistan on the Chabahar port on the Gulf of Oman that will make it a transport and transit hub to enhance trade.

As per the details mentioned in the Tweet of the external affairs ministry spokesperson, Vikas Swarup: “A corridor of connectivity. The leaders witness the signing if the Chabahar agreement.”

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The agreement was signed following a trilateral summit between Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Iranian President Hassan Rouhani and Afghan President Ashraf Ghani. Union Minister for Road Transport and Shipping Nitin Gadkari signed the agreement on India’s behalf.

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