KABUL (BNA): The Afghan National Standards Authority (ANSA) has informed Iran of the return of 24 tankers of low-quality oil which was recently imported to Afghanistan.
ANSA announced in a post on the social networking platform X that it had returned 24 of low-quality oil (diesel and gasoline) that did not meet the agency’s requirements to Iran via the port of Farah.
According to ANSA, effective measures have recently been made to prohibit the importation of low-quality oil into the country.
This agency has urged that all traders should import high-quality goods into the country or risk legal action.
It is worth noting that ANSA returned 12 tankers of low-quality oil to Iran via the same port a day earlier.