Iran’s ports in the south and north of the country are drawing an unprecedented amount of investments from the private sector as authorities eye a jump in onshore manufacturing activities and an improved transportation network that could help exports and imports at the time of US sanctions.
Since March 21, 2019, Iran's exports via Khorramshahr port in the southern Khuzestan Province increased 56 percent compared to the figure for the same period of the previous year, the head of Khorramshahr Ports and Maritime Organization said.
A charity ship with scores of African migrants on board appealed to European states for a safe port on Thursday after being stranded for eight days between Malta and Italy, saying the health of the rescued people was worsening.
Yemen's warring parties have agreed to start withdrawing forces from the main port of Hodeida under a UN-sponsored deal, the United Nations said, following weeks of diplomacy to salvage a pact that stalled over control of the Red Sea city.
Chabahar port in southeastern Iran has an important position in accelerating the country's economic development, said the secretary of the Supreme Council of Iran's Free Trade, Industrial and Special Economic Zones.
The United Nations Special Envoy to Yemen Martin Griffiths urged warring parties on Monday to quickly implement a troop withdrawal from the port of Hodeida, acknowledging that proposed timelines had slipped while the country stood on the brink of famine.
The historic port of Siraf, in Kangan city, Bushehr Province, is a stunning attraction in southern Iran. There are ancient monuments and other attractions in the port, which date back to antiquity. Today, several Iranians and other people from all around the world travel to Bushehr to visit this historic port.
A total of 49.5 million tons of oil and non-oil products were loaded and unloaded at Shahid Rajaei Port in the southern province of Hormuzgan during the eight months from March 21-November 21, said the director general of Hormuzgan Ports and Maritime Organization.