TEHRAN (FNA)- Iran and Turkmenistan have a plan to establish a joint customs entry to decrease time of declaring commodities, an official at Khorassan Razavi Province Customs Office said.
Massoud Atefi said on Sunday that setting up the joint customs entry at the zero border point with Turkmenistan will provide the chance to ease traffic of trucks which face space and time limits.
Enhancement of relations with Muslim nations, specially neighboring ones, stands atop Iran’s foreign policy agenda.
Iran is among the first countries which recognized Turkmenistan’s independence in 1991.
Since 1991, Iranian and Turkmen officials have sought seriously to pave the ground for utilizing each and every potential in their countries to boost mutual cooperation.
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