Ilam (IP) - Director-General of Ilam Customs Administration announced the export of $183 million worth of goods from the Mehran border to Iraq in the past six months.

Iran PressIran News: Ruhollah Gholami stated on Sunday that despite all the restrictions imposed on the Mehran border due to the coronavirus outbreak, $183 million worth of goods have been exported from the Mehran border to Iraq.

Gholami noted that this amount of exports has been done in the 40 days that the Mehran border has been active.

He added that currently, there are no obstacles to the export of goods at the Mehran border.

Mehran was one of the first borders crossings to close after the coronavirus outbreak.

The border city of Mehran in the southwest of Ilam is the most important and main route for the movement of cars, trucks carrying export goods, and vehicles carrying pilgrims to the holy shrines of Iraq.


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