On August 15, the first cargo train from Kazakhstan arrived in Iran via the Incheboron International Railway. According to the Governor-General of the Iranian province of Golestan, Hadi Hakkshenas, the arrival of the train in Iran will be the beginning of the growth of regional trade, and the railway can significantly reduce transit costs.
The Incheboron railway, located in the Incheboron dry port and the free trade zone, is a link between Iran and the countries of the Eurasian Economic Union. This railway route is part of the North-South corridor, which can carry out a significant share of rail traffic between the countries of the Commonwealth of Independent States.
Incheboron is located in the north, 80 km from Iran and borders Gonbad Kavuslm in the province of Golestan, northern Iran, and borders with Turkmenistan.