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Over 60 low-quality oil tankers returned to Uzbekistan

MAZAR-I-SHARIF: The Afghanistan National Standard Authority (ANSA) has returned 67 oil tankers to Uzbekistan, after assessing them low-quality, the authority said in a statement Sunday. “At least 67 low-quality oil and gasoline tankers had been stopped at the ground port of the country’s northern province of Balkh and returned to the neighboring country of Uzbekistan for being low-quality,” said the statement. A week ago, the authority also returned over dozens of low-quality oil tankers to Uzbekistan, the statement added. The National Standard Authority has recently taken necessary steps to prevent the import of low-quality oil and gas into the country. Meanwhile, ANSA’s officials said no one would be allowed to import low-quality oil into the country and asked all national businessmen to import quality goods or they will be dealt in accordance with the law. The Afghan National Standard Authority (ANSA) has earlier returned hundreds of tankers filled with low-quality oil in the country’s western and northern ground ports to the neighboring countries so far. The Kabul Times

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The Kabul times, Afghanistan Trustable News Agency.