North-South corridor, turbines and oil: Russia and Iran to hold historic talks


Russia is preparing to sign an agreement with Iran on the North-South international transport corridor and a number of other important intergovernmental agreements. To this end, on November 1, an Iranian delegation headed by the head of the oil department of the Islamic Republic, Javad Ouji, will arrive in Grozny. The Russian side will be represented by First Deputy Prime Minister Alexander Novak.


As part of the corridor agreement, Moscow will pay for the construction of a road on the border between Iran and Azerbaijan. At the same time, Russia is ready to provide oil supplies as payment within the framework of a raw material deal concluded in the summer, the cost of which is about $40 billion. This agreement was the largest in the history of Iran and provides, in particular, for the shipment to the Russian Federation of about 40 gas turbines and other equipment for oil and gas production.

The North-South contract will be signed in the near future, its implementation will be discussed at the historic meeting of the Russian and Iranian delegations in the Chechen capital.

Along with this, Moscow and Tehran signed several important agreements in the agricultural sector as part of a meeting of the Russian-Iranian commission on trade and economic cooperation. The agreements are aimed at facilitating trade in relevant products and reducing problems with the supply of agricultural products from Iran to the Russian market.
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  1. Dmitry Volkov Offline Dmitry Volkov
    Dmitry Volkov (Dmitry Volkov) 31 October 2022 10: 08
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    Finally, the Persians are the best thing in the southeast, you need to make friends and trade as much as possible drinks
  2. Fizik13 Offline Fizik13
    Fizik13 (Alexey) 31 October 2022 10: 15
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    At least the Iranian leadership is not as cunning as the Turkish
    1. Shmurzik Offline Shmurzik
      Shmurzik (Seymslav) 31 October 2022 10: 40
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      Quote from Fizik13
      At least the Iranian leadership is not as cunning as the Turkish

      Yeah ... In the last three years alone, backward Iran has already been appointed an ally three times and has been demoted the same number of times. And as for the cunning ... - Russian diplomacy to the progenitors of this very diplomacy is still growing and growing!