Chabahar port News
Kazakhstan is the world's largest landlocked country, bordering the Aral and Caspian seas, both of which are inland seas with no access to oceans The comments by the envoy come even as India is keen that the port expands India's connection not only to Afghanistan but to the wider Central Asian region Last month India, Uzbekistan, and Iran had a trilateral talk on the use of the port
Iran on Monday denied that it has dropped India from the Chabahar rail project, saying that "vested interests" were behind such reports.The Indian embassy in Iran stated that Ambassador Gaddam Dharmendra was invited by Saeed Rasouli, Deputy Minister Roads and Head of Iran Railways, to review the ongoing cooperation on Chabahar-Zahedan railway.
Once the deal is signed, Iran will open its doors for Chinese investment not just in one or two sectors but across the Iranian economy The deal will fundamentally change Iran’s relationship with China. It will put Tehran in Beijing’s corner and India could see its influence diminish overtime The biggest threat is to the Chabahar port. It was seen as India’s counter to the Gwadar port in Pakistan. If China invests heavily in Iran the Chabahar port could lose its relevance
Iran's Chabahar port is the connecting link that has helped India send its humanitarian aid of 5,022 MT wheat consignment to help Afghanistan deal with the fallout of coronavirus COVID-19 crisis. The vessel that set sail from Kandla port in Gujarat reached Shahid Beheshti port of Chabahar on April 15.