Publish dateMonday 26 February 2024 - 12:31
Story Code : 286492
Construction of a 25-story tower in Chabahar commercial area by Afghan investors
The construction of a 25-story tower with a cost of 35 million dollars has been started by Afghan investors in Iran's Chabahar Free Trade Zone.
Afghan Voice Agency (AVA) - Chabahar: Abdul Hakim Asefi, Deputy Director of Construction and Infrastructure of Chabahar Free Trade Zone, wrote that the construction project of this tower officially started yesterday (Sunday, February 26).
According to IRNA, Mr. Asefi named this project as a "luxurious project" and said that the investment in this project was made by "Khorasan Mohajer Star Investment Group from Afghanistan".
He mentioned this tower as "the biggest and tallest tower" in the southeast of Iran.
Abdul Hakim Asefi said: "This project will be built in 25 floors, four floors from minus one to minus four with an area of 13,000 square meters of parking, three floors including the ground floor, and the first and second floors with an area of 6,000 square meters of commercial space. 
He added: "Also, the third and fourth floors with an area of 4,000 square meters will be offices, the 5th to 25th floors will be residential with an area of 30,000 square meters, and the 25th floor will include three penthouses and a lobby of 2,000 square meters, and on the roof of this project A roof garden will be created with two thousand square meters of green space and a pool complex.
Hassan Kazemi Qomi, the special representative and head of the Iranian embassy in Kabul, says that this investment was already made in Chabahar, but today its implementation process began.
He considers this project as one of the "big projects" with the investment of Afghan investors in Iran and says that with the start of its implementation process, new talks between Chabahar officials and Afghan investors will be on the agenda.
The construction of this tower has started with the investment of Afghan investors while a technical delegation from various departments of the Islamic Emirate traveled to Iran and visited the Chabahar Free Zone today.
Iran's special representative has said that the presence of the Afghan delegation in Chabahar is not only limited to transit cooperation, but is the cornerstone of cooperation.
He added that "the purpose of this cooperation is to benefit from the capacities of the two countries" and emphasized that Iran has a desire to attract foreign investment, especially from Afghanistan, and seeks to facilitate relations and laws and regulations.
Iran and Afghanistan have had extensive relations and interaction in the last two years, and high-ranking delegations from both sides have visited Tehran and Kabul.
Following the visit of Abdul Ghani Baradar, the economic deputy of the prime minister, to Tehran, the two sides signed five cooperation agreements in different sectors, and the technical delegation of the Islamic Emirate went to Iran to follow up on the implementation of the agreements made during that trip.
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