Transit of Oil Products on Hold

Iran can now sell fuel and other petroleum products at its land borders at higher prices
Transit of Oil Products on Hold
Transit of Oil Products on Hold

The government has banned the transit of gasoline, diesel and other petroleum products to neighboring countries until the end of the current year (March 2021).
“The decision is in the interest of the country as we now sell our products at the land borders at good prices,” spokesman of the Petroleum Products Exporters Union said.
“Given that both domestic consumption and export markets have been imperiled due to the coronavirus, we need to maintain markets near our own borders so that the operations of our refineries are not disrupted,” Hamid Hosseini was quoted as saying by ILNA 
Iran has provided fuel to neighboring countries including Armenia, Iraq, Afghanistan and Azerbaijan’s Nakhchivan Autonomous Republic for years...


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