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  • KGS/USD = 0.01126 0%
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  • KZT/USD = 0.00225 0%
  • TJS/USD = 0.09196 0.77%
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Iraq in Negotiation with Iran to Transfer Gas from Turkmenistan

Iraq Minister of Electricity Ziad Ali Fadel has announced ongoing negotiations regarding the transit of gas from Turkmenistan through Iran to Iraq and according to a report by Iran Oil Gas, Iraq may receive Turkmen gas as early as this summer if agreed by the partners concerned. In November 2023, representatives of Turkmenistan and Iraq signed a protocol outlining the principal commercial terms of the agreement to enable the shipment of 9 billion cubic meters of Turkmen gas to Iraq through Iran within five years. In January 2024 it was reported that Iraq had completed all the steps necessary to begin importing gas from Turkmenistan. The main reason for postponement of delivery as scheduled lies with the need for a comprehensive agreement to be reached with the transit country Iran. With reference to the country’s gas debt with Iran, the Iraq Ministry of Energy stated, “The Ministry of Electric Energy has paid all gas payments to the Iranian side and deposited them in a special account in [an] Iraqi commercial bank. But the payment process has not been completed due to international sanctions. Now, based on the agreement between the two sides, Iranian gas is being replaced by Iraqi crude oil.”

Iran and Afghanistan to complete railway link in March, official says

TEHRAN (TCA) — A senior Iranian official says a major railway connecting Iran and neighboring Afghanistan will be ready in March 2020 as construction of a key cross-border line is nearing completion, Iran’s PressTV news agency reported. Continue reading

Despite exemptions, US sanctions hinder Afghanistan trade via Chabahar port

KABUL (TCA) — Officials in Kabul say that recent US sanctions against Iran have affected Afghan investors’ trade through Iran’s Chabahar Port, which is considered a good alternative for Afghanistan-Pakistan trade routes, Afghan broadcaster TOLOnews reported. Continue reading

India to speed up Iran’s Chabahar project to better access Afghanistan, Central Asia

TEHRAN (TCA) — Iran and India have agreed to speed up the development of Chabahar port which New Delhi views as a gateway to access Afghanistan and Central Asia, Iran’s PressTV news agency reported. Continue reading

Impact of the US-Iran confrontation on Central Asia

BISHKEK (TCA) — Both Iran and Central Asia countries are interested in increased economic and political cooperation, but governments in Central Asian states are cautious about too close ties with Tehran as they have to balance between their own interests and possible implications of the US pressure on the Islamic Republic. We are republishing the following article on the issue, written by Uran Botobekov*: Continue reading

Tajikistan and Iran resume air communication as bilateral ties improve

DUSHANBE (TCA) — An Iranian Varesh Airlines flight landed in the Tajik capital, Dushanbe, on June 6 marking the resumption of air travel between the two countries after an eight-month pause, RFE/RL's Tajik Service reported. The airline said on June 6 that the flight, which originated in the northeastern Iranian city of Mashhad, then flew back to Iran with passengers that included members of a Tajik youth soccer team. A rift emerged between the two Farsi-speaking nations when Iran hosted an Islamic conference in December 2015 and invited representatives from Tajikistan — including the exiled leader of the Islamic Renaissance Party of Tajikistan, Muhiddin Kabiri — to the surprise of many Tajik officials. Since then, Dushanbe has accused Tehran of interfering in Tajik affairs, even harking back to the civil-war era, claiming Iran was behind the killings of key Tajik political figures during that time. Signs of an improvement in ties between the two countries were seen in March, when Tajikistan and Iran replaced their ambassadors in Tehran and Dushanbe. The Tajik Foreign Ministry said on June 6 that Tehran had confirmed the participation of Iranian President Hassan Rouhani at the Conference on Interaction and Confidence Building Measures in Asia (CICA) in Dushanbe on June 14-15. The ministry said earlier that on June 1, Tajik Foreign Minister Sirojiddin Muhriddin and his Iranian counterpart, Mohammad Javad Zarif, had signed a joint memorandum, in which they vowed to work together to counter the activities of "terrorist and extremist"groups.

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