TEHRAN (Dispatches) - Iran exported approximately 2,000 tons of fish from the Southeastern Chabahar port during the first half of the Iranian calendar year (started March 20), an official in Sistan-Balouchestan province said.
Behzad Amiri that about 2,000 tons of edible and on-edible fishes were exported during sixth months of the current year, adding that Thailand, Malaysia, Sri Lanka and Pakistan have been the targets of Iranian fishes.
"Facilities are now provided for exporting Iranian products from Chabahar to other countries, to the Southeast Asian countries in particular,” Amiri noted.
He expressed hope that exports market will develop after overcoming coronavirus outbreak which has seriously affected global activities.
In late July, Managing Director of Sistan and Balouchestan Ports and Maritime Organization, Behrouz Aqayee said that Iran dispatched its first shipment of aquatic products to Thailand through Chabahar port in the Southeast of country.