North-South railway stamp hit the triple summit in Baku

The tripartite summit in Baku marked the North-South railway: Baku hosted an important summit yesterday, while the trio format, which brought Azerbaijan, Russia and Iran leaders together for the first time, drew attention. In a joint statement they accepted, the leaders emphasized joint co-operation for international terrorism, regional economic co-operation and energy-transport projects. The railway project from North to South was shown as the subject of the three countries' most important issues.
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani's proposal for the next summit to be held in Tehran was also accepted.
This summit at the Heydar Aliyev Center in Baku, tomorrow. Another triple summit in St. Petersburg. Putin will meet with the presidents of Azerbaijan and Armenia and discuss the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict.
Speaking at the summit, Putin emphasized that they met with Iran and Azerbaijan for the first time in the form of triple cooperation and said, “Today we are opening a new page in our relations. Such a format was needed. All three countries are willing to coordinate regional and global issues and reinforce multi-faceted commercial and economic relations. ”
The project that left its mark on the summit was the North-South railway line:
The North-South railway line, which Russia, Iran and India have agreed on in the 2000, and then participated in certain stages of Belarus, Kazakhstan, Tajikistan, Kyrgyzstan, Armenia and Azerbaijan, consists of three routes.
In the Caspian route, the transportation takes place between the ports of Astrakhan, Olya and Makhachkala of Russia and the ports of Iran, Enzeli, Emirabat and Nouşehr. The eastern route passes through Kazakhstan and Turkmenistan and unites Russia and Iran.
The Western route passes through Astrakhan and Makhachkala and reaches the Iranian border via Azerbaijan. The Astara-Reşt-Kazvin line, which is being constructed on this route, is planned to form a new railway line passing through Azerbaijan between Russia and Iran. All three routes pass through Iran through the Persian Gulf and India.

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