The European Union will continue its cooperation with Iran within the framework of the agreements concluded in the transport zone, Deputy Director General of Transport of the European Union said.
Maja Bakran said Monday at a seminar of Logistics and Supply Chain in cooperation with the European Union in the Ports and Maritime Organization of Iran, “With the visit of Ms. Mogherini in 2016 a good agreement for cooperation in terms of city and air transport with Iran was signed and we will continue to cooperate within the framework of the agreement.”
The official in the European Union said that 80 percent of the world trade is carried out through sea transport, and in terms of expanding the cooperation of Asian countries with the European Union, “we are trying to continue to transport between Asia and Europe on a very good level.”
Pointing out the logistics advantages, she added, “With the logistics chain, transport is developing, which will be highly effective in the sustainability of economic growth and marine environmental issues.'
Bakran said, “Only with healthy competition we can contribute to the development of sea transport and the private sector can play an important role in this regard.”