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Energia, Iran firma accordi per 3 mld con India, Cina, Sudcorea e Oman

Dalla fine delle sanzioni, il paese mediorientale alla ricerca di nuovi investimenti stranieri
fonte: ilVelino/AGV NEWS/Sputnik
di Velino International

L’Iran ha firmato diverse intese per un valore di circa 3 miliardi di euro con investitori internazionali in occasione del vertice in corso sulla costa Makrany. L’Iran, riferiscono i media locali, hanno firmato sette accordi con investitori provenienti da India, Cina, Corea del Sud e Oman durante il “summit internazionale per presentare le opportunità di investimento a Makran Shores” attualmente in corso nella zona franca economica di Chabahar, nel sud dell’Iran. Ne dà notizia l’agenzia di stampa Irna. La conferenza è stata progettata per attrarre gli investitori e sviluppare il tratto iraniano di costa sul Golfo Persico nei settori petrolio e gas, porti, energia elettrica e il turismo. La firma degli accordi di lunedì è stato supervisionata dal vicepresidente iraniano Eshaq Jahangiri. L’Iran ha cercato di aumentare gli investimenti stranieri dalla revoca, a inizio 2016, delle sanzioni internazionali. Attenzione particolare è stata data alle infrastrutture energetiche, ormai invecchiate.

Iran has signed several deals worth some $3 billion with international investors at the ongoing Makran coast investment summit, local media reported Monday.Iran has signed seven agreements with investors from India, China, South Korea and Oman during the “international summit for presenting investment opportunities to Makran Shores” event currently being held in the Chabahar Free Economic Zone in southern Iran, the IRNA news agency reported. The event kicked off on Monday and will be held through Tuesday. The conference is designed to attract investors to developing Iran’s Persian Gulf coast, including oil and gas facilities, ports, electric power and tourism. The signing of Monday’s agreements was overseen by Iranian Vice President Eshaq Jahangiri, according to the news outlet. Monday’s conference additionally saw Jahangiri unveil Iran’s first ocean vessel. Iran has been seeking to boost its foreign investments since the lifting of international sanctions in early 2016. The country’s aged energy infrastructure has been in focus in particular. The country has also been upgrading its civil aviation and ocean fleets. On July 14, 2015, Iran and the P5+1 group of countries, including the United States, Russia, China, France and the United Kingdom plus Germany, signed the JCPOA, ensuring the peaceful nature of Tehran’s nuclear program in return for gradual sanctions relief. The deal came into force in January 2016.