IRGC financial arm awarded largest roads contract in Iran

The Iranian regime has awarded the largest road building project to the economic ?arm of the Revolutionary Guards, known as Khatam al-Anbia.?

According to the mullahs’ Minister of Roads and Transportation, Hamid Behbahani, the ?project is worth well over 13-15 billion dollars.?


Khatam al-Anbia, which is owned by the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC), ?has been awarded many government projects thus far, most recently an oil and gas project ?worth over 21 billion dollars.?

According to Behbahani, there are more than 110 incomplete transportation projects in ?Iran with a lifespan of more than 10 years. The Khalkhal road will last more than 50 ?years, the Qazvin-Almout-Tonkabon road over 40 years, Kalantari bridge 28 years, and ?Mashhad Airport’s external terminal more than 20 years, he said.?

?“These are some of the oldest projects that the Ministry of Roads and Transportation is ?trying to complete as soon as possible,”  he added.?

He said, “There is also the Esfahan-Shiraz and Kerman-Zahedan railways and the Tehran-?Pardis highway, which were closed only hours after their opening. There is no word on ?their official opening date

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