Trade Minister Ruhsar Pekcan stated that the customs gates opened to Iran and Iraq, especially Habur and Gürbulak, which have been closed for some time due to the new type of coronavirus (Kovid-19), have been reopened for international freight transportation.
Minister Pekcan, in a post on his Twitter account, announced that customs gates were opened. “Due to the Kovid-19 pandemic affecting the whole world, our customs gates opened to Iran and Iraq, especially Habur and Gürbulak, which have been closed for a while, have been reopened for international freight transportation.” Giving information, Pekcan stated that the restrictions applied to these countries have been lifted before the spread of transmission in the world and the effects of pandemics in Iraq and Iran have decreased.
Thus, other border crossings in the implementation of health care and by taking security measures commercial vehicle entrance and exit to re allowed that pointing Pekcan, "major trading partners of Turkey, together with the re-opening of the international freight forwarding our customs gate to Iraq and Iran, to avoid disruption of our business The "contactless trade" application that has been put into operation will also be terminated. I wish the decision in question will be beneficial to our exporters, shippers, our transportation sector and our entire trading community. ” used expressions.