In a meeting with the Director of the Special Economic Zone of the Port of Aktau, Director General of Guilan Ports and Maritime Authority with an emphasize on the use of the capacities of foreign investors, importers and exporters, said strengthening commercial and economic interactions with the Port of Aktau is on the agenda.
During a meeting on Feb. 19, Dr. Hamid Reza
Abaie, on the sidelines of visit of the officials of Qazvin and Guilan Chamber of
Commerce and Kazakhstani Port Special Economic Zone Management to the
Anzali Port Complex, said: "the visit aims to increase the level of Anzali
Port's interaction with other potentials in the Caspian Sea."
Pointing out that the public sector is responsible for managing the port of Aktau, he added: "The port
is not yet a part of the Special Economic Zone of Aktau, so they came to enjoy
our experiences in Anzali Port."
Director General of Guilan Ports and Maritime Authority
continued: "During the visit, the management of the Port of Aktau discussed
the interactions between the port and the Special Economic Zone, as well as
establishing a very strong commercial and industrial relationship between the Aktau
Port and the Special Economic Zone of Astara and Anzali."
Stating that during this visit it was decided
to do necessary investigations, he noted: "It was decided to invite the
private sector of the port of Aktau and provide the necessary conditions for
interactions in the field of imports and exports in the Anzali Port, Aktau Port
and the Industrial Zone of Qazvin".
Abaie stated: "In this regard,
representatives of Qazvin Special Economic Zone and Oktao visited the
infrastructure, facilities and potentials of the Anzali Port Complex and it is
expected these interactions to trigger a business boom."
Emphasizing on the necessity of utilizing the
capacities and potentials of foreign investors, importers and exporters, he
said: "Fortunately, the Anzali Port position in the Caspian Sea is such
that it is located in the shortest distance from the port of Aktau, which
creates suitable conditions for further interactions, especially in the economic
and commercial fields."