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Facilitate the entry of tourists with private cars into the country during Nowruz

According to Fars News Agency, in a meeting held on the eve of the Nowruz holiday and the beginning of Nowruz travels in the presence of Sardar Teymour Hosseini, Deputy Chief of Traffic Police, and Mohammad Hossein Sufi, CEO of the Tourism and Automobile Association, it was decided to take the necessary measures in cooperation In order to facilitate the entry of foreign tourists with private cars during the Nowruz period, the two sides should be facilitated and the existing obstacles that sometimes caused tourists to be delayed at the country’s entry points should be removed.
In this meeting, which was held with the presence of technical, executive, social and inspection deputies of NAJA traffic police, implementation of the road safety ambassadors’ plan for Nowruz in the Caspian Sea transportation axes, driving training courses aimed at increasing the level of culture Safe driving, providing educational topics on the topic of drowsiness while driving and increasing interaction and creating a joint working group to train general driving skills to reduce the number of road accidents and road safety were discussed.
Other areas agreed upon in this meeting include facilitating the issuance of license plates for historic vehicles, the presence of the center’s car assistance in the implementation of the Nowruz 1401 traffic plan in all transportation axes of the country, increasing the level of interaction and cooperation in issuing international driving licenses.
The meeting was also attended by the managers of the automotive, document issuance, legal and secretary of the working group for identification and protection of historical vehicles of the Tourism and Automobile Association of Iran.
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