According to the Fars news agency, citing the public relations of the Islamic Republic of Iran Shipping Group, Amir Bayat, the vice president of the Islamic Republic of Iran Shipping Group, referring to the plans of the national shipping fleet regarding the strengthening of regular lines for exporting cargo to North and East Africa, said: Shipping In line with the policies of the regime and the 13th government regarding the development of trade with African countries, in addition to strengthening the regular shipping lines to North and East Africa that were launched in the past, the Islamic Republic of Iran has provided an opportunity for the ships of this fleet to East Africa both once a week and to North Africa on a monthly basis, and now, following the docking of the ship that took place in North Africa last month, today another ship from the Iranian shipping fleet left Libyan ports after docking.
He added: The plan of the Shipping Group of the Islamic Republic of Iran is to expand its services in other regions of the continent in addition to Libya in North Africa, based on which, after the notification of the First Vice President, the regular shipping line to North Africa will be established. has been Besides, in the past, the ports of Kenya, Tanzania and Zanzibar have also witnessed the traffic of Iranian ships.
Saying that Iranian ships will travel regularly and with a schedule after the establishment of internal stability and peace in Libya, Bayat added: Currently, shipping ships of the Islamic Republic of Iran are traveling to North and East Africa on a monthly basis.
The Vice President of the Shipping Group of the Islamic Republic of Iran stated: Due to the ability of the Shipping Group of the Islamic Republic of Iran to carry goods in multiple ways, this fleet is ready to deliver the goods to any part of the country from the door of the factory and transport them to the intended destinations. Therefore, customers do not have to worry about transporting their cargo from different sources, either in ports or in different parts of the country.
Referring to the plan to set up the regional shipping office of the Islamic Republic of Iran in Africa, Bayat said: Before this, there was a local representative in the region, and now an Iranian representative has been sent to strengthen the issue, so that simultaneously with the setting up of the regional office, on a continuous basis, steps should be taken to remove the obstacles facing traders; In addition, cargoes will be able to be transported in both container and bulk forms.
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