Tehran denies that exports to Iraq were affected by the demonstrations

Tehran-ALSharqiya, December 21: The president of the Iran-Iraq Joint Chamber of Commerce announced that exports of goods to the Iraqi market are ongoing without interruption and no concern in light of the demonstrations and campaigns to encourage the national product in Iraq. He pointed out that the exports of Iranian goods in the circumstances witnessed by Iraq did not decrease significantly and that the process of the flow of goods between the two sides is underway in general and in general is not a concern in this regard. Noting that Iranian merchandise exports to Iraq recorded $ 13 billion in the fiscal year ending on March 20, 2019, stressing the possibility of achieving the target level of trade volume of $ 20 billion


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