Closure of Gomshad border market in Afghanistan
Afghanistan has closed the Gomshad border market unilaterally, the governor of Helmand said: The Gomshad border market is active by the Islamic Republic of Iran, but Afghanistan has closed this market unilaterally.
In an interview with ISNA_ Sistan and Baluchestan region, Mohammad Ali Piri stated: The Gomshad border market is open by the Islamic Republic of Iran, but Afghanistan does not operate there. In response to whether this market has been closed before, he clarified: The Gomshad border is always open on the part of the Islamic Republic of Iran, but Afghanistan does not open the bazaar, and when the Afghan border bazaar is not open, practically nothing can be done.
He continued: “On the Afghan side, there should be a lobby by the people or officials to coordinate the export of goods to the other side.” The special opens so that people on the other side can offer their products.
Piri stated that in the discussion of export, the export of all goods is done: the import in the border market of Gomshad is done only in the discussion of livestock. The governor of Helmand said about the Golshah border crossing: But is currently closed.
He pointed out: The problem of closing the border crossings is related to the monitoring devices that consider the crossings illegal.