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    Iran announces the opening of three new border ports with the Kurdistan Region

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     Iran announces the opening of three new border ports with the Kurdistan Region Empty Iran announces the opening of three new border ports with the Kurdistan Region

    Post by Rocky Wed 07 Feb 2018, 2:55 am

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    The Iranian consulate in the city of Erbil on Wednesday that the opening of three border ports officially with the Kurdistan Region.
    These ports are official to the Government of Kurdistan, but not registered with Baghdad.
    The consulate said in a statement that, in agreement with Iran and after obtaining the approval of the federal government and the provincial government has opened the ports of "Shushm", "Serranbar" and "Kelly" with the region.
    Passengers and traders can take advantage of these crossings, the statement said.
    The Chamber of Commerce and Industry in the province of Sulaymaniyah has announced on Tuesday its final decision to continue the work of border crossings, which is considered by the federal government in Baghdad unofficial.
    The Director General of the Customs of the Kurdistan Region, Samal Abdul Rahman, on Saturday denied what was reported by the Kurdish media on the decision to close the unofficial ports in the province.
    Abdul Rahman told Ashqaf News that "there is an understanding with the federal government to make these ports official," noting that these ports are official to Kurdistan, but not registered with the federal government.



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