Tehran (IP) - The member of the Iran parliament's National Security and Foreign Policy Commission has said that the closure of borders should not affect Iran-Afghanistan mutual trading.

Iran PressIran news: In an exclusive interview with Iran Press on Monday, Fada Hussein Maliki said the Taliban's first move was occupying border areas with neighboring countries, which created problems for Iran.

Maliki told IP that the trade exchanges commute was too slow, especially in Islam Qala and Nimruz border areas.

"Security forces are monitoring all developments, but Taliban has raised concerns, especially in Nimruz and Sistan-Baluchistan, though, they are not cohesive," the MP said. 

He further said that negotiations were held with the President of Afghanistan Ashraf Ghani, so, to solve the Afghan crisis, negotiations and peace talks were the keys.

The MP stressed that those Afghans who took refuge in Iran to be safe from Taliban attacks should be quarantined, so, Sistan-Baluchistan, South Khorasan, and Khorasan Razavi's healthcare centers were asked to quarantine and take care of them.


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