North - South

The North-South international transport corridor supports the development of transport infrastructure between the Baltic countries and India, and involves using of multimodal transport. The main advantages of this direction are reduction in transportation time, as well as reduction in the cost of container transportation compared to the sea route.

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2 publications
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North-South International Transport Corridor: Investment Solutions and Soft Infrastructure

The report of the Eurasian Development Bank contains a database of investment projects for the development of the infrastructure of the three routes of the North-South ITC, which are being implemented or planned in seven states of the region.

Iran's policy in Central Asia is gaining momentum amid the Russian-Ukrainian confrontation

Against the background of international turbulence, Iran has seen a sudden rise in its importance as a transit and transport hub connecting China and Central Asia to Europe, and also Russia with India, along the International North—South Transport Corridor (INSTC).