India will commemorate ‘Chabahar Day’ on Thursday on the sidelines of the Maritime India Summit 2021 being held in Delhi, the Ministry of Exterior Affairs (MEA) mentioned Wednesday.
The digital occasion will see the participation of ministers from Afghanistan, Armenia, Iran, Kazakhstan, Russia and the Uzbekistan.
India will commemorate ‘Chabahar Day’ on March 04, 2021 on the margins of the Maritime India Summit-2021 which is being held from March 2-4, 2021, the MEA mentioned in an announcement.
Exterior Affairs Minister S Jaishankar will tackle the ministerial degree opening session, whereas Mansukh Mandaviya, the Minister of State (Unbiased Cost) for the Ministry of Ports, Delivery and Waterways and Minister of State for Chemical & Fertilizers, will ship the keynote tackle, it mentioned.
The ministerial-level opening session can be adopted by two webinar classes — ‘Improvement of Port Infrastructure: Unleashing Alternatives’ and ‘Boosting Enterprise by Commerce Promotion and Regional Connectivity’.
The placement of the Chabahar port has strategic benefit and excessive potential to offer connectivity amongst India, Iran, Afghanistan, Uzbekistan and different Commonwealth of Unbiased States (CIS) international locations, and enhance commerce.
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