Iran is looking to improve its relations with Turkmenistan, to complete the Inche boron railroad, said the Minister of Road and Urban Development Mohammad Eslami.
"We've had some railways related problems with Turkmenistan, fortunately, the issues are being resolved, and the ties have been improving," Eslami said, Trend reports via ILNA.
The Gorgan-Inche boron line connects Iran to Turkmenistan and Kazakhstan.
"Iran currently has no debts to Turkmenistan over the railway," Eslami said.
"The Inche boron line has some shortcomings that should be resolved and this will create different conditions for trade and exchange of goods," he said.
The official has indicated signing of five agreements with railway companies in the CIS to remove the obstacles and increase the transit via the Inche boron line.
"The development of Inche boron is an important, and the Ministry of Road and Urban Development of Iran is taking necessary steps in this regard," he added.