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EghtesadOnline: The Fifth Exclusive Exhibition of Iran in Tajikistan will open in the capital of the neighboring country, Dushanbe, on Dec. 21.

Representatives of companies related to food industries, healthcare, medicine, agricultural machinery, construction materials, exports of technical and engineering services, carpets, home appliances and cultural services are expected to participate in the upcoming event, Iran Chamber of Commerce, Industries, Mines and Agriculture reported on its website.

Organized by Mashhad Chamber of Commerce, Industries, Mines and Agriculture, the four-day event will conclude on Dec. 24.

Those interested in taking part can contact +9851-35016716 for more information, according to Financial Tribune.

Iran's Varesh Airlines launched the Mashhad-Tehran-Tajikistan route on Sept. 2.

The connecting flights leave Mashhad International Airport every Monday for Tehran's Imam Khomeini International Airport before departing to Tajikistan.

Direct flights between Iran and Tajikistan officially resumed after Varesh Airlines operated a plane from Iran's holy city of Mashhad to Dushanbe on June 6.

Private company Varesh Airlines was founded in 2018. This airline conducted its first flight on Oct. 9 last year (from Tehran to Sari, the capital of Iran’s Mazandaran Province).

Now, flights from Mashhad to Dushanbe are operating on Thursdays at 9:15 a.m. local time, and the return flight is scheduled for the same day at 1 p.m.

The cost of a single ticket, according to Tajik Telegraph Agency, is $250. 

Iran’s Embassy in Tajikistan hopes the number of direct flights between the two countries will increase in the future, considering the strengthening of mutual relations and the increase number of passengers.


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