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 order to increase the level of services, we try to help the country’s health tourists .” Afghanistan from the beginning.”

According to the Borna news agency from Mashhad, Mohammad Sadegh Barati in a meeting with Sediqifar, Consul General of the Islamic Republic of Iran in Herat, referring to the Afghan health tourism market , said: “There are very good capacities in the field of health tourism. Legally, we can see an increase in the presence of Afghan health tourists in our country.

He added: “The point that should be considered for the arrival of pilgrims and Afghan health tourists is to facilitate the provision of services and their legal and medical processes in the country.”

He said: the association and companies facilitating health tourism have done good follow-up and measures in this field so far, which can create desirable economic capacities in the province.

He stated: The appropriate infrastructure in the field of treatment in the country, especially in Khorasan Razavi province, has provided favorable conditions for the presence of Afghan health tourists in Iran.

Deputy of Coordination and Management of Pilgrim Affairs of Khorasan Razavi Governorate pointed out: Mashhad is one of the health tourism hubs in the country where non-Iranian tourists and pilgrims travel to this city for pilgrimage and treatment.

Continuing the meeting, Sediqifar, Consul General of the Islamic Republic of Iran in Herat, said: “In the past, there was a process in which Afghan pilgrims and tourists entered the country in caravans.”

He said: “We are trying to restart this process with the support of the Deputy Governor for Pilgrimage and the follow-up that will be done by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.”