Iraq and Iran to reopen Mendeli border that was closed for 30 years

Representational file photo.
Representational file photo.

Diyali ( On Wednesday, Mendeli Council in Diyali province announced that it reopened a border crossing between Iraq and Iran that was closed since more than a 30 years.

The border will aim at supporting the lives of the people in Diyali and provide many jobs by increasing the trade activity between the two countries.

The head of Mendeli Council Azad Hamid Shafi informed IraqiNews, “An official government delegation from both sides have opened the Sumar-Mendeli border crossing that was closed since more than about 30 years.”

Shafi has also noted that the trade activity between the two sides will be after fulfilling some procedures by the specialized authorities in both governments.

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