Our rally runs through the Persian Corridor, and important land-lease supply route through Iran during the Second World War. The rally starts out at the Museum of the Great Patriotic War on Poklonnaya Hill in Moscow.
The mainland portion of the route goes through Moscow, Kursk, Volgograd, Elista, Makhachkala, Derbent, Baku, Lankaran, Astara, Rasht, Tehran, Isfahan, Shiraz, Bushehr, Bandar Lengeh and Doha. This just happens to be the main route of the North–South Transport Corridor, a large-scale international project to develop the shortest possible route for delivering goods from the Persian Gulf and South Asia to Russia and Europe and back.
The final stage of the rally involves crossing the Persian Gulf to Qatar. The rally finishes in Qatar, its supporting point in the East.
What is the Moscow-Doha rally?
Moscow–Doha is more than just the route of our rally. It is a new geographical axis connecting two poles of the new world without the East–West dichotomy. It is a world based on values that unite us all.