The export of 89 items of medicine in the new year was subject to obtaining a license
Export of 89 items of medicine in the new year was conditional on obtaining a license: The Trade Development Organization sent a letter to the country’s customs announcing the names of 89 items of medicine that need a license from the Food and Drug Administration for export.
According to Tasnim News Agency, Akbar Abdollahi Asl, Director General of Drug and Narcotics Evaluation Supervision of the Food and Drug Administration and Medical Education, sent a letter to the Export and Import Regulation Office of the Development and Trade Organization, announcing the conditions for drug export in 1996. Basically, 89 items of domestically produced drugs, in case of export, need to obtain the necessary licenses from the relevant organization in the Ministry of Health, but other pharmaceutical items are unobstructed until further notice and in accordance with the rules and regulations of the Food and Drug Administration.
Therefore, the report of Ali Aliabadi Farahani, Director General of the Export and Import Regulation Office of the Trade Development Organization, also sent a letter to the Export Office of the Iranian Customs, announcing the conditions for the export of medicine this year.