The CMR Convention, ratified in 1956 and annexed by the five European countries, gradually became one of the most useful and most important conventions in the field of international transport, and so far more than sixty countries have joined it. According to a lawyer and international transport expert, despite the fact that some of the materials have been imported, the international community has lived for more than fifty years.
Several years ago, a team of board members and community experts translated the English text of the convention into a lifestyle and user-friendly, while avoiding specific expertise and specialist points of interest, available to road transport and others involved. Enthusiasts. In 1997, the Islamic Republic of Iran, by ratifying the Expediency Council, paved the way for the country’s accession to the Convention, and since then, its provisions and provisions have become subject to the laws of the Islamic Republic of Iran and can be invoked by the judiciary. The rules are based on the issuance of their rulings.