28 June 2016 - 09:32
  • News Code: 263789
Iran Opts for Exports to Europe Via Georgia

TEHRAN, June 28 (Shana) – National Iranian Oil Refining and Distribution Company's (NIORDC) Director of CNG Stations, Amir Vakilzadeh, says Georgia can be the main route of Iran's exports to European markets.

Vakilzadeh told Shana that talks with Armenia and Georgia for export of oil derivatives is of the NIORDC's high priority this year.
He said talks with Georgia to this end have been positive and it wants to purchase Iranian oil derivatives.
He said exports on routes is times more expensive than through the sea and through railway is more economical.
He said to find new markets, more destinations are to be covered this year.
To the end of his remarks, Vakilzadeh said Iran had last year won 25 percent of the Afghan market.
He said this year, more share of the market can be Iran's.

  
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