The administration of the Haj Omran border crossing prevented the passage of two tankers laden with kasawil from Iran, due to the low quality of the cashews.
The inspection of the two tankers was checked by the fuel testing laboratory. The results showed that the quality of the cashews loaded inside the tanks was low.
“Accordingly, the administration of the complex decided to refuse entry of the two tanks to the Kurdistan Region and to return them to Iran,” the statement added.
He pointed out that the management of the complex is working with every effort to prevent the entry of any non-good fuel to the Kurdistan Region and to harm the health of citizens and vehicles.
On Saturday, Bashmakh International Airport decided to return six tankers of gasoline to Iran because of poor quality after testing samples at the crossing’s management laboratory.