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Official announces project to link Iran with Syria via Iraqi railway

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Official announces project to link Iran with Syria via Iraqi railway

Post by claud39 on Fri Dec 28, 2018 7:46 am


Official announces project to link Iran with Syria via Iraqi railway

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An Iranian railway company announced on Friday a project to link Iran to Syria by building a mobile bridge over the Arund River to link the railway between Shalmaja and Basra in southern Iraq.
"This project includes 35 kilometers to connect Basra and Shalmja," said Mohammed Mousavi, director general of the lines and technical installations of the Iranian railway company.
"The railway lines will connect Basra with Khrushshahr and Abadan and then at Imam Khomeini port, where this project will be implemented in the near future," he said.
"A traffic bridge will be built on the Arund River," he said, adding that "in order to reduce the incidence of collisions of cars and pedestrians by train, special facilities will be set up for this purpose."

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