The export of goods from Chadaba in Iran continues without interruption

Updated Feb 22, 2021
In an interview with ISNA, Shahla Omori said: "Considering the importance of commercial activities on the Chadaba border, the senior management of Khuzestan province has not imposed restrictions on the export of non-oil goods to Iraq and the process of exporting Iranian products from this border to Iraq will continue without interruption." Will have. He added: "We emphasize that the necessary measures should be taken by the Khuzestan Health Department to establish care teams at the Chadaba border and monitor the drivers of Iraqi trucks, because this measure will have a great impact on preventing the possible transmission of the Corona virus." The head of the Ahwaz Chamber of Commerce stressed the need to comply with the joint health protocols established between Iran and Iraq in the export of goods from the Chadaba border and stated: Every day, about 240 trucks unload and load all kinds of products produced for export to Iraq at the Chadaba border. . Amouri stated: These products ...
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