Iran's customs spokesman announced a 145 percent increase in Iranian exports to Poland.

Iran PressIran news: Iran's Customs Spokesman, Rouhollah Latifi, said: In the Persian year 1400 (started on March 20, 2021), more than 22.5 thousand tons of goods, worth more than $ 53 million were exchanged between Iran and Poland, which shows a growth of 79% in weight and 28% in value.

He added: "Iran's exports to Poland in 1400 were more than 18,000 tons of goods worth more than $ 24 million, which compared to the same period last year, a growth of 145 percent in weight and 114 percent in value."

Regarding imports from Poland, Latifi said: "More than 4.5 thousand tons of goods worth 29 million 138 thousand 27 dollars were imported, which decreased by 14% in weight and 4% in value."

Iran and Poland began their diplomatic relations in 1929, 96 years ago.


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