Turkey resumes requirement of consulate approval for Iranian imports
Turkey first started to require consulate approval for the invoices of the imports of Iranian materials following an implementation that entered into force within the frame of reciprocity principle on July 24, 2017. The aforementioned case caused problems in deliveries from Iran due to longer bureaucratic process while the enforcement was suspended as of July 28 until the Ministry of Foreign Affairs made the required arrangements.
As for the materials, for which shipments were already made or forwarding process began, no sign and approval were required from the consulate for 30 days as of August 21, 2017 in case the required shipping documents including bills of loading and CMR convention were submitted. That is to say, today is the final date for these importers to submit their documents in order to benefit from imports without approval.
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