News ID: 320880
Published: 0209 GMT April 09, 2022

Maritime travel between Iran's Khorramshahr, Kuwait resumed

Maritime travel between Iran's Khorramshahr, Kuwait resumed

A maritime official of the city of Khorramshahr in the southwestern Iranian province of Khuzestan said that maritime travel between the port city and Kuwait has been resumed with two travels per week.

The maritime line was active before the coronavirus pandemic, with regular weekly travels, Nourollah As’adi said on Saturday, IRNA reported.

A passenger ship leaves for Kuwait every Saturday and Wednesday and returns on Sundays and Thursdays, based on the agreed schedule between Khorramshahr port and Kuwait, according to the official.

Passengers are required to submit full vaccination certificates and carry their negative PCR tests, with 72-hour validation, As’adi noted, adding that they should observe health protocols during the journey.

The Persian Gulf Passenger Terminal in Khorramshahr is considered to be the largest and most modern maritime terminal in Iran, with the capacity to move 1,200 passengers per day.



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