The countries of the GCC, Kuwait, and Saudi have approved a plan to build a 2170-kilometer railway between their countries. This plan is scheduled to be implemented by 2025.
The train will have significant logistical, political, security and economic implications for the Arab Gulf states in the near future.
If Iran and Iraq could also join the plan to build a national railway along the shores of the Persian Gulf, it would bring great opportunities for their countries.
The economy of the six southern countries is about $ 1.7 trillion. Almost eight times as much as Iran’s economy, which, unfortunately, political and ideological conflicts have so far prevented from using.