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News ID: 1875
Iran » Iran
Publish Date: 10:40 - 14 August 2013
Tehran, YJC. Iran-Afghanistan Chamber of Commerce member has said that sanctions have rather increased trade between the two countries.

Mohammad Habibollah Qolami in interview with Mehr in Khorramabad pointed out that the cultural, linguistic, and historical textures of the two Iranian and Afghan nations are such that political powers are unable to separate them, adding "Cultural, religious, sectarian, and historical bonds of the two nations point to the strength of this texture.”

Qolami maintained that the Afghan come to Iran with cash and that there is no need for bank transfer, adding "Iran-Afghanistan trade is increasing year after year.”

"There is a feature to the Iran-Afghanistan geographical border that no power can divide it,” he asserted.

Qolami stated that grounds for investment in Afghanistan are highly favorable and said "Various countries, such as Turkey, China, UAE, South Korea, and the Southeast Asian countries, sell their products in the Afghan market and are successful at it.”


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