Kurdistan (IP) - The supervisor of the customs of Kurdistan province, western Iran, stated that despite world efforts to stop the export of goods from Iran, during the last four months, more than one million tons of goods were exported from the customs of Kurdistan province of Iran.

Iran Press/Iran News: The supervisor of the customs of Kurdistan province of Iran Bakhtiar Rahmanipour, while referring to export of 1,217,980 tons of goods from the customs of this province during the last four months, emphasized that export has increased by 76% in terms of weight compared to the same period last year Iranian year (starting on March 21, 2019).

Rahmanipour added that the value of this amount of goods exported from Iran's Kurdestan Province is about $ 487 million, adding that these goods were exported to Iraq, Afghanistan, Russia, Romania, and Turkey.

Siranband and Bashmaq are the official and international customs borders of the Kurdistan province of Iran.

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