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Post by claud39 on Sat Dec 15, 2018 8:56 am

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The Iranian Consulate in Sulaymaniyah: America has failed to disrupt trade relations with Iraq


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Follow - up / Tomorrow 's Press: 

said the Iranian consul in the province of Sulaymaniyah Saad Allah Msaudian on Saturday that US pressure on traders Iraqi Kurds "failed" to prevent them from dealing with Iran. 

The Iranian news agency IRNA quoted Masoudian as saying that despite all efforts and pressure from the Americans on the Iraqi merchants in Sulaymaniyah not to trade with Iran, these efforts failed.



He added that the Americans are struggling to cut off trade relations with Iran in the province of Sulaymaniyah, but repeated visits by Iraqi Kurdish traders, show that they failed in this plan, and did not and can not reach them. 

He pointed out that more than 30% of Iranian goods, especially in the Kurdistan region, prompting Iraqi traders to seek solutions to continue these economic relations. 

Masoudian said the volume of Iranian non-oil exports to the Kurdistan region amounted to three billion dollars, stressing that Iranian goods are "necessary for the people of Kurdistan," and that large sums should be paid if they wanted to replace other goods. 

He noted that the Iranian consulate in Sulaymaniyah also offered Iraqi merchants a free visa to encourage them to continue their business with Iran without concern.

He added that relations with the Kurdistan region, especially the province of Sulaymaniyah, "good relations in all areas, where we have succeeded in attracting more than 700 Kurdish students to the universities of the country in the last three classes." 

With regard to the daily movement of Iraqi Kurdish travelers to Iran, he said that Iranian consulates issued more than 1000 visas to Iraqi Kurdish citizens, which is important, as the season is not the season of travel and tourism. 

He concluded by saying that more than two million Iraqis traveled to Iran last summer, a quarter of them Kurds, explaining that the Iranian consulates in the Kurdistan region issued each of the five thousand daily visas for Kurdish citizens individually.
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