According to IRNA’s economic correspondent, “Afshar Fathollahi” today (Sunday) in a meeting with reporters, stating that the project will be completed in the next three years, added: “Due to the infrastructure of the project, investment should be made by the government, but the whole The cost can be covered in several parts.
Regarding the implementation of the plan to allocate gasoline to the national code on Qeshm Island as a pilot, he clarified: “Energy subsidies were planned to help the poor, but could not fully achieve this goal.”
Fathollahi stated: “According to the plans, this project will be implemented for a month by allocating 15 liters of gasoline per person, first on Kish Island and 2 weeks apart in the Qeshm Free Zone, so that its problems can be counted and after being ready to be implemented in Be the country.
He stated that Qeshm Island is larger than 20 countries in the world, adding: “Despite the vastness and geographical location of this region, we have not seen sufficient growth and development in recent years.”
The head of the Qeshm Free Zone Organization stated that the development of this free zone has been unbalanced, adding: “Accordingly, there was a need for coherent planning with expert groups, in which studies were conducted in the field and adapted to the existing reality.”
He stressed that the plan is a roadmap with the horizon of 1408 so as not to disrupt the implementation by clearing the path of management change: gaining the first place in exports, especially in the field of petrochemicals, becoming the center of the Middle East, increasing investment attraction Domestic and foreign, connecting the national economy to the world, improving the quality of life of the people and making the island smarter are among the main goals of the strategic plan of the Qeshm Free Zone Organization.
Fathollahi added: Completion of hardware and software infrastructure such as Persian Gulf Bridge, construction of desalination plant, development of logistics infrastructure and establishment of export terminals are among the most important planning.
The head of the Qeshm Free Zone Organization said: “The President has repeatedly emphasized the development of economic diplomacy with the countries of the region and neighboring countries in order to increase exports and achieve the projected goals in this regard.”
According to IRNA, Iran now has free trade-industrial zones in Kish, Qeshm, Chabahar, Aras, Anzali, Arvand and Mako, and in recent months the establishment of seven free zones and 13 new special economic zones was approved and put on the government’s agenda. Took.