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Iran's Trade With Iraq Tops $8.6b Since Raisi Took Office

Iran’s exports to Iraq reached 23.52 million tons worth $7.58 billion during August 23, 2021-June 21, and, in return, imported 2.42 million tons worth $1.06 billion
Iran's Trade With Iraq Tops $8.6b Since Raisi Took Office
Iran's Trade With Iraq Tops $8.6b Since Raisi Took Office

Iran and Iraq traded 25.93 million tons of goods worth $8.64 billion since Ebrahim Raisi took office as Iran’s president on August 23, 2021, until June 21, 2022, says Rouhollah Latifi, spokesman of the Islamic Republic of Iran Customs Administration.
He made the statement on the occasion of Iraqi Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kadhimi’s visit to Iran.
Leading a strong political and economic delegation from the neighboring country, Al-Kadhimi was officially welcomed by President Raisi in Tehran on Sunday.
According to the Associated Press, the visit is aimed at reactivating Baghdad-mediated talks between Saudi Arabia and Iran.


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