Iran, Iraq Sign Transport MoU
EghtesadOnline: Iran and Iraq have signed a memorandum of understanding to promote cooperation in road transportation and facilitate tourism.
The agreement was reached during the meetings of Iran-Iraq Road Transportation Commission held in Tehran last week, ILNA reported on Thursday.
The transportation ministries of the two countries agreed to announce all fees and payments they receive at border terminals and inform each other of any changes in the prices or working hours in advance.
Agreements on facilitation of the procedure for issuing visas for frequent drivers, resolving the problems associated with insurance of international transportation fleet involved in accidents, renovation of border terminals, expansion of roads leading to border terminal, as well as putting into motion cargo and passenger transportation in all border terminals of the two countries were also agreed upon during the two-day meetings of the commission, concluded on Tuesday, according to Financial Tribune.