Iran-Indonesia to Develop Port Cooperation

Maritime Activity Reports, Inc.

December 12, 2018

Pic: Ports & Maritime Organization

Pic: Ports & Maritime Organization

Octaviano Alimuddin, the Indonesia ambassador to Iran,  has visited Abadan Ports in the  Khuzestan Province of Iran.

According to a release from Ports & Maritime Organization, he stated that the aim of visiting Abadan port is to get familiar with the capacities, investment advantages and development of more trade relations between the two countries.

‘We will inform Indonesian Investors about the investment capacities of Abadan ports” said Indonesia ambassador to Iran.

The development of relations between Indonesia and Iran in port affairs is very important and Indonesian Investors will be informed about the investment capacities of Abadan ports.

"There are many capacities for cooperation with Indonesia, taking advantages of  these capacities effectively could lead  to boost in economy of Abadan," said Reza Safari, Abadan ports and maritime manager.

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