Afghanistan’s second rail cargo to depart for Turkey via Iran

The Afghanistan railway administration announced plans for the departure of the country’s second rail shipment to Turkey passing through Iran.
Head of Afghanistan’s railway administration Bakht Rahman Sharafat posted a message on X about the second Afghan rail cargo being prepared to go to Turkey via Iran, reported Tasnim News Agency.
He said Afghanistan is committed to the principles of connected world and fast transportation facilities. “We not only transport goods, but also connect the hearts,” he added.
Afghanistan’s railway authority has not provided details of the shipment. Afghanistan’s first export cargo, including 1,100 metric tons of mineral ore, was exported by train from the Roznak station in Herat to Turkey through Iran on April 23.
The shipment was destined for the coastal city of Mersin in southern Turkey.
Date archive