The commercial border of Shalamcheh reopens after the 10-day closure of Eid al-Adha to Ghadir Khom Eid

Deputy of Investment and Business Development of Arvand Free Zone, Seyyed Ali Mousavi stated: according to Iraq’s decision, Shalamcheh border was closed on Thursday, July 30 from Eid al-Adha to Eid al-Adha, and trades were closed at this border and now the two countries resumed trade from Shalamcheh border.
He also reminded of the resumption of trade between Iran and Iraq from the border of Shalamcheh following the outbreak of Corona virus and said: ” Exports of non-oil goods from the Shalamcheh International Border, according to an agreement reached with the Iraqi side, were officially resumed after a four-month shutdown on Wednesday, July 9, due to the spread of the Corona virus, during which 21,000 tons of non-oil goods worth 95 million The dollar was exported to Iraq.
According to the Deputy of Investment and Business Development of Arvand Free Zone, in the first four months of this year, $ 235 million in non-oil exports, including food, fruits and vegetables, protein materials and technical and engineering services, were made from Arvand Free Zone. It was from the commercial border of Shalamcheh.