Iran, UAE gasoline transit starts

TEHRAN, Sep. 24 (MNA) – Iran sets up 1st corridor to Emirates for gasoline transit between the two countries.

Iran, a major gasoline consumer, has reduced its import this year compared to the same time period previous year.

National Oil Company of Iran has said it can bargain on crude oil and super gasoline with some countries.

With the gasoline transit corridor, Iran exports gasoline to Iraq for the people after some actions by the terrorist ISIL.

ISIL terrorists occupied some cities in Iraq since months ago and took control over some refineries to export for itself.

The Persian Gulf Arab countries will transfer gasoline to Iraq through Iran.

Also Emirates gasoline is stored in Bandar Abbas reservoirs and will be transferred to Iraq.

This is going to be the first time Persian Gulf Arab countries export gasoline to Iraq.

By Mehr News Agency

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