Some 68,700 tons of commodities worth $79.878 million have been imported into Iran through Bazargan border crossing since the beginning of the current Iranian calendar year (March 21), according to the Bazargan customs director-general.
A total number of 150 Iranian trucks entered neighboring Turkey on Friday after the resumption of border trade between the two countries.
Iran exported commodities worth $609.61 million via Bazargan trade border crossing in the northwestern province of West Azarbaijan during March 20-April 19.
TEHRAN (Iran News) – The Director-General of Bazargan Customs Sadegh Namdar said on Thursday that due to the breakout of COVID-19, Iran had temporarily quarantined 25 Turkish citizens leaving the country for their hometown at Iran and Turkey joint Bazargan border. As he informed, Turkey had not permitted the 25 Turks, who are studying in […]