Thursday 25 February 2021
News ID: 86626
Publish Date: 17 January 2021 - 21:33
TEHRAN (Dispatches) – Director-General of Ilam Customs Office Rouhollah Gholami has said that Iran exported more than 93,000 tons of of agricultural products, valued at $43,138,000, to neighboring Iraq via Mehran International Border since the beginning of the current year.
Gholami added, trade and business activities were resumed with Iraq at Mehran International Border after about three and a half months of hiatus at this border caused by the outbreak of the novel coronavirus.
Trucks carrying Iranian export and commercial goods are monitored daily from Mehran international border to Iraq after carrying out customs formalities he said, adding, "All of these trucks are monitored and inspected seriously before exiting from the border in health and sanitary terms.”



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