Tehran (IP) - The director of the Bazargan border terminal in the Iran-Turkey border, West Azerbaijan province, said that the Bazargan border was reopened today (Friday) for those passengers with a negative PCR test result.

Iran Press/Iran news: Jaber Akbarpour, director of the Bazargan border terminal, noted: "Following the COVID-19 outbreak and in order to control the disease, the Iran-Turkey border terminals for passenger commute was closed within a year and a half. The borders were opened only for the transit of goods and the commute of people residing in the two countries."

Akbarpour said: "Special conditions have been set for border crossings, the most important of which is having a vaccination card as well as a negative PCR test."


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