By Sophie Law For Mailonline. She announced her third pregnancy with husband Adi Ezra via social media last week. The Israeli model, 34, was certainly showing off her pregnancy glow in the striking swimsuit as her sensational figure was on full display. Despite announcing her third child is on the way, the stunning blonde showed no sign of a baby bump just yet as she posed by the ocean. Proving she is ever the fashionista, Bar draped an animal print cover-up over her shoulders which billowed in the breeze, while sporting a trilby and sunglasses.
Bar Refaeli flaunts her fabulous figure in a red bikini as she relaxes on an exotic getaway
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Bar Refaeli's 'Little Black Bikini'
By Rebecca Lawrence For Mailonline. She welcomed her first child a mere three weeks ago. But Bar Refaeli showed she'd had no problem retaining her model figure as she headed out for a swim on Monday. Clad in a skimpy black two piece, the year-old Israeli presenter looked tanned and toned as she got some exercise, flaunting her stunningly small waist.
While hauling cargo by train may be less time-consuming than transporting it by ship, sometimes taking half the time of the sea journey, the premium one pays for that time saving is far too large to make it worthwhile.
It is therefore debatable whether the overland corridor from Chabahar to Zahedan and onward to Afghanistan or the CARs is the most efficient way for India to trade with Central Asia.
It will need to get other countries such as the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) member-states to use Chabahar port for trade with not just Afghanistan but the CARs as well. Given their conflicts with Iran, it is unlikely that GCC countries would trade via Chabahar. The INSTC project is yet to take off.