Zurbatiyah port management gives Visa compelling to 600 Pakistani to participate visit Ashura
Long-Presse / Wasit
Announced Qaimmqamah spend Badra in Wasit Management, on Friday, for granting Visa compelling to 600 Pakistani came to commemorate the night of the tenth of Muharram in Karbala, as he emphasized that local officials in the local government of the province helped in obtaining the visa.
Said Mayor Badrah Jaafar Abdul-Jabbar Mohammed in an interview to the (long-Presse), "The competent authorities in the border port Zurbatiyah Iraqi authorities on Friday granted Visa compelling for 600 Pakistani who came to commemorate the night of the tenth of Muharram in Karbala."
Mohammed said that "these visitors came through Iran did not obtain a visa in advance, which could not allow them to enter Iraq initially, but the first deputy governor of Wasit Mr. Adel Hamidi intervene with the Iraqi competent authorities in order to give them a visa forced."
Mohammed pointed out that "dozens of owners Husseini processions in the district of Badra gave hospitality supplies for those visitors also initiated a bus owners to transfer a large number of them for free from the border crossing to the holy city of Karbala."
The Mayor Badrah said on Wednesday (21 October 2015) for the increasing influx of Iranian visitors entering from Zurbatiyah port to commemorate the night of the tenth of Muharram, from two thousand to more than ten thousand people a day, likely to increase their number to about 15 thousand during the next two days .
The governorates of Wasit Iranian Eelam (LTTE), have agreed in (the thirteenth of October 2015 ongoing), on the entry of three million visitors from Zurbatiyah Iranian port visit to commemorate the death of Imam Hussein bin Ali, "peace be upon them."
The Zurbatiyah border port one of the most important ports with Republic of Iran and carried out through the process of trade exchange between the two countries in addition to the entry and exit of visitors from both countries has witnessed in recent years the development of large and rehabilitation operations in order to accommodate trade movement, which has seen a dramatic rise between the two countries at a time is currently being construction of a new port, according to the latest specifications and cost of more than 56 billion dinars.
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