The International North–South Transport Corridor (INSTC) currently presents a mosaic of transport and economic links that differ in terms of infrastructure development and that offer a broad diversity of political relations with Russia and other partner countries. It would not be an exaggeration to suggest that the INSTC is a reciprocal projection of mutual interests of Russia and its partners. Transport interconnected infrastructure is shaped for decades to come. It is for this reason that from Moscow’s perspective the INSTC is a promising macroeconomic structure that is linked to a multitude of related sectors, including the downstream sector, electric power, communications, and tourism. This infographics was prepared for the Third Russia-Iran Dialogue.