Iran exports more than one billion dollars goods to Iraq

Iran exports more than one billion dollars goods to Iraq



Governor of Qasr-e-Shirin city Morad-Ali Tatar said that in the past year (ended March 20, 2019) totally one billion and 16 million dollars of goods have been exported from Parviz Khan and Khosravi border terminals to Iraq.


He told IRNA that the weight of the exported goods in this period was 1.537 billion kilograms and mainly included Portland cement, cake and biscuit, cooler, tomato and tomato paste, watermelon, dairy products, construction materials, fruits and vegetables.

Parviz Khan Border Terminal which is neighboring Iraq's Kurdistan region was opened officially 12 years ago.

Now, more than 50 percent of Iran’s non-oil export to Iraq is from this terminal.

Border city of Qasr-e-Shirin located in west of western province of Kermanshah and has 186 kilometers common border with Iraq and it has two official border terminals of Parviz Khan and Khosravi.

Source: IRNA