Iran demands the opening of border crossings with the Kurdistan region

19/8/2019 17:15:00

Iran demanded to open a number of border outlets with the Kurdistan region.


Kawa Ali, deputy governor of Halabja, said in a press statement that the presidency of the Islamic Republic of Iran demanded in an official letter on August 10, 2019 to open the border outlets (Kelly, Bashta and Shoshmi) to conduct trade affairs and the movement of tourists.


A meeting between Iraq and Iran is scheduled to take place this month to take legal and administrative measures to open border crossings between the two countries, he added.


The deputy governor of Halabja pointed out that the letter of the Islamic Republic of Iran was addressed to the representative of the border crossing points in the Kurdistan region.







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