The Iranian president says border exchanges and transportation of commodities with neighbouring countries should be resumed while observing health protocols.
As part of the social distancing plan in Iran and the measures to contain the spread of the coronavirus, the government has made it mandatory for subway passengers to use face masks.
Iran Says Almost All Border Crossings Reopened by Neighbours.
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani says Tehran is prepared to transfer its experiences and the equipment needed in fight against the novel coronavirus to neighbouring countries, including the friendly country of Azerbaijan Republic.
Iran and the Azerbaijan Republic have underlined the need to enhance mutual relations on all fronts.
Iran and Turkey have agreed on the 24-hour operation of their customs offices at the borders while observing the health protocols amid the outbreak of coronavirus.
Iran says after the implementation of the social distancing plan, people's trips decreased by 80 percent during the Nowruz holidays.
Iran’s Minister of Roads and Civil Development says the government has allocated about $500 million to compensate for the losses the transportation companies that suffered damages from the Coronavirus outbreak.
Spokesperson for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Islamic Republic of Iran Seyyed Abbas Mousavi says the Ministry has launched efforts to settle the problems that Iranian truck drivers may be facing in the other countries, as in Europe.
Iran’s main airline Homa, known internationally as IranAir, will resume flights to Europe after a four-day hiatus that came because of unspecified restrictions by European authorities.