Today, Saturday, a huge fire broke out in the customs of “Abu Nasr Farahi” on the border between Iran and Afghanistan.
And local media reported that the fire started in a fuel tank, damaging four fuel trucks, according to the governor of Farah province, Taj Muhammad Safi, who said that the fire is expanding as efforts continue to extinguish it.
The governor of Farah province in western Afghanistan, Taj Muhammad Jahid, confirmed that “the fire broke out between oil and gas tanks on Afghan soil, and that there is a deficit in terms of capabilities to control it,” adding that “efforts are being made to take advantage of Iran’s capabilities to extinguish the fire,” according to the agency. Persia “Iranian.
For his part, Iranian television said, “A large-scale fire broke out in the border region between Iran and Afghanistan, which stopped commercial traffic between the two countries.”