Iran resumes gas flows to Turkey
On July 28, the pipeline was attacked in Turkey's eastern province of Agri, halting the flow
Iran has resumed gas exports to Turkey after the flow was halted last week, Iran's oil ministry news agency reported on Monday.
The director of dispatching at National Iranian Gas Company said on Sunday that the pipelines had been fixed and gas flow had resumed, Shana reported.
On July 28, the pipeline was attacked in Turkey's eastern province of Agri, halting the flow. Iran is the second biggest natural gas supplier to Turkey.
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