Tehran (IP) - The Dubai-Bandar Lengeh passenger line, which has been disrupted since last year due to the outbreak of the coronavirus, now transports sea passengers on a regular basis every week.

Iran PressIran news: It was March 28 last year that the movement of Iranian international passenger lines to the ports of Kuwait and the UAE was stopped due to the outbreak of the coronavirus.

International sea voyages used to be done before the outbreak of coronavirus between Shahid Bahonar port in Bandar-Abbas and Sharjah in the UAE, as well as between Lengeh port in Hormozgan province and Dubai in the UAE and between Khorramshahr in Khuzestan province and Kuwait.

Today, the Islamic Republic of Iran Shipping Line Group announced that the Dubai-Bandar Lengeh passenger line was launched with high-speed vessels and in compliance with the maximum of health protocols.

Accordingly, all passengers will travel on the marked seats by performing the coronavirus test and have items such as a face mask and gloves.


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