More than a thousand trucks have stopped at the Iranian side of the Dogharoun border crossing along the Iran-Afghan border.
According to the Islamic Republic News Agency (IRNA), Ahmad Zamanian Yazdi, head of the Transportation and Transit Commission of the Khorasan Razavi Chamber of Commerce, Industries, Mines and Agriculture in Iran, blamed the poor management of the terminal.
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At a meeting with the members of Iran’s House of Representatives, Yazdi said that “the challenges of the Dogharoun border remain strong despite criticism from the private sector.”
He pointed that the delays in truck acceptance into Afghanistan are driving up rental and transport costs by as much as 60% for traders.
Jilani Farhad, spokesman for Herat governor in Afghanistan, told BBC that there were no problems on their side of the border.
In fact, he said Afghan land transport authority had sent 500 trucks yesterday to the crossing.
Farhad added that the Afghan authorities had introduced measures to unload to the Iranian side so transfers could be facilitated without restrictions.