Iran announced the resumption of work in the port "attractive" Iran's border with Iraq, after a closure of 40 days.
The governor of Dusht Azakan district in southwestern Iran, Hamid Silawi, said on Monday that the crossing has resumed its activity in crossing passengers and commercial trucks after a closure of 40 days, after damage to the orchard-Bustan road, due to floods and recent floods that flooded the region.
After repairing the road, about 40 trucks carrying goods from Khuzestan province, southwest Iran, crossed the border into Iraq. In contrast, 40 truckloads of goods imported from Iraq entered Iran.
It is noteworthy that the work at the port "border", started in 2009, and was allocated to pass visitors, and the shipment of goods and goods and provide services to businessmen in both
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