Iran Resumes Trade Via Most Border Crossings With Neighboring Countries

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Iran Resumes Trade Via Most Border Crossings With Neighboring Countries
Import of basic goods and the export of fruits and nuts from the Caspian Sea ports are ongoing with the neighboring countries.

The Spokesman of Islamic Republic of Iran Customs Administration (IRICA) Seyyed Rouhollah Latifi announced on Monday that Iran’s three more border points with Pakistan were completely reopened, IRNA reports.

Iran’s trade with neighboring Pakistan has returned to the normal condition, the Spokesman said, adding that Iran’s Madru, Mahirud and Milak border crossings shared with Afghanistan are also busy with trade and business activities.

According to Latifi, although trade borders have been reopened, the passenger sector is still facing some limitations.

Referring to the borders with Turkmenistan, Latifi said rail transportation via Sarakhs and Incheburun crossings are also active, and about 90 wagons of goods, and commodities are exported on a daily basis.

Noting that maritime borders are also active, he said the import of basic goods and the export of fruits and nuts from the Caspian Sea ports are ongoing with the neighboring countries.

“Rail, sea, and road borders with Azerbaijan are also all open,” Latifi said.

The Spokesman added that the Mehran Border Crossing is the only active land border crossing with Iraq and goods are also exported to the neighboring country via sea through Khorramshahr Maritime Border.