December 02, 2018 16:46
News ID: 3526

(Persia Digest) – The Association of Iranian Airlines Secretary has announced that the Ministry of Foreign Affairs has joined the country’s Civil Aviation Authority to solve the problem of refueling Iranian airplanes in Turkey and Lebanon.

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Maghsoud As’adi-Samani said: “The refueling problem in Turkey and Lebanon has not been resolved yet. Both countries are stating US sanction against Iran for this difficulty and financial transactions with Iranian banks.”

Samani added: “Nevertheless, flights have not been canceled. These are taking place according to schedule.”

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He expressed hope that this will soon been solved with the follow-ups of the Foreign Ministry and Civil Aviation authorities.

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