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Turkmenistan Reopens Another Border Checkpoint for Iran Trade

Turkmenistan Reopens Another Border Checkpoint for Iran TradeTurkmenistan Reopens Another Border Checkpoint for Iran Trade

After being held up behind Incheh Boriun border checkpoint for around four months due to the outbreak of Covid-19, 30 wagons loaded with Iranian commodities were given permission to cross the border with neighboring Turkmenistan on Tuesday, according to the spokesman of the Islamic Republic of Iran Customs Administration.
Iranian export goods entering Turkmenistan weighed a total of 1,950 tons.
“Another 101 wagons carrying cement, plastic, tiles, ceramics, glass, rebars, urban furniture and mineral stones are also waiting for Turkmen officials’ permission to enter the border,” Rouholla Lotfi was also quoted as saying by Mehr News Agency.
The official noted that six wagons were let into Turkmenistan on the same day through Lotfabad checkpoint.

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