Due to the value of fuel and its consumption compared to the portable weight, the distance of a transit route from the time of transport is more important.
The images above show the geoeconomic transport-transit competition from the Caspian Sea to the eastern Mediterranean over the distance of transit routes.
– From Anzali port in Iran to Latakia port in Syria: 1604 km
– From Baku port to Iskenderun port, from Georgia: 1915 km
– From Baku port to Iskenderun port, from the plaintiff city of Armenia and Nakhchivan: 1725 km
– From Baku port to Iskenderun, from Iran-Armenia and Nakhchivan border corridor: less than 1828 km
Will Armenia allow the deployment of Russian forces and the passage of transports from the Republic of Azerbaijan through its city, or will the transit route through the Iran-Armenia border corridor cost less for it?
Following the actions of Turkey and Russia in northern Syria and the Idlib region (M4 and M1 roads) and the Nagorno-Karabakh war, rumors are now circulating of Erdogan’s plans in northern Iraq, near the Piranshahr border.