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Armenia workshop at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Cooperation on highway business opportunities.


(fonte ANSA)

October 26 2017. The Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, in cooperation with Anas International Enterprise, organized a workshop focused on “Armenia business opportunities for the highway sector”. The meeting was attended by the Armenian Minister of Transports Vahan Martirosyan and was focused on the North- South road corridor with the aim of creating an Italian partnership lead by Anas International and coordinated by the Farnesina.

 

The workshop, which saw the participation of fifty of the main Italian player in the sectors of engineering, construction and finance, highlighted the strategic value of the North-South corridor, which crossing Armenia from Georgia to the Iran border is part of the TRAnsport Corridor Europe – Caucasus – Asia and is included in the development of the new Silk Road.
The next step will consist in the organization of a meeting with the companies interested in the project to identify a possible modus operandi and concrete opportunities.
All the interested companies can send an email to the following address: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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