Customs announces items banned from entering Iran with passengers[You must be registered and logged in to see this image.]
The Iraqi customs authority announced on Sunday the list of banned items entering Iran accompanied by passengers, indicating that a penalty of up to ten times the penalty would be imposed if discovered.
The Ministry of Finance said in a statement published on its official website, "Economy News", that it "issued a list of items that are prohibited entry into the Islamic Republic of Iran," indicating that "the disclosure of these materials in the possession of passengers will be confiscated from the traveler and impose a fine of double the value of To ten times the value of confiscated goods. "
"The materials include alcohol, gambling devices, satellite transmitters, all kinds of weapons, incendiary and explosive materials, narcotics and psychotropic substances, marines, transmitters and their parts, eavesdropping systems and miniature transmitters (mini cameras and microphones) Drugs, metals, pesticides and organic substances that fall within the category of bioterrorism, audio and video clips, books, newspapers, magazines, images, symbols and goods of all kinds that bear signs contrary to public morals, public order, And the official denomination of the Islamic Republic of Iran. "
"Other items include refrigerator, freezer, air conditioner, vacuum cleaner, TV, dishwasher, cooker, voice recorder," she said. "The goods that will be allowed for approval include telephone sets, cordless phones, And non-pet birds. "