Baku signs MoU with Constanta port


Baku International Sea Trade Port, the oldest and largest seaport on the coast of the Caspian Sea, has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Constanta Port (National Maritime Ports Administration) on the sidelines of the Silk Way summit in Romania.

The two ports intend to ensure and promote an increase in quality and quantity of all types of transportation by using their facilities, according to the MoU.

The document points out the possibility of transporting cargo via Constanta by rail road from China to the Central and Western Europe and to Eastern Europe and Baltic states by Danube.

The MoU was signed by director general of Baku Port Taleh Ziyadov and general manager of Constanta Port Dan Nicolae Tivilichi.

Source: AzerNews



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