Iran is located in southwest Asia and in the Middle East region, which is called the intersection of the World. It is neighbor to Armenia, Azerbaijan and Turkmenistan in the north It borders with Kuwait, Qatar, Oman, the United Arab Emirates, Bahrain and Saudi Arabia through the Persian Gulf and the Oman Sea. On the west, Iran’s neighbors are Turkey and Iraq, and on the east it’ s neighbors are Afghanistan and Pakistan. In other words, Iran has sea and earth border with 15 countries. Iran is located in a crossing region as a bridge to connect European countries to Asia. Also, using Iran’s route to connect the East and West of the world has many economic advantages; Because it is cheaper than other routes, this can be attractive to Iran’s neighbors and other countries around the world.
History of transit in Iran
Of course, Iran’s role in connecting the West and the East of the world has a historical record, for example the Silk Road, which stretched from Eastern Europe to Eastern Asia, which much of it passed through northern parts of Iran. In recent years, some countries, such as China, are going to revive the road.
All the facts and figures mentioned above are proof of Iran’s extraordinary ability to play a role in international transit and shipping. Iran’s path to these cases can provide many benefits in reducing time or cost in international trade.
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