Sistan and Baluchestan (IP): Representative of Iran's Health Minister in Afghanistan's Sistan and Baluchestan says that taking care of the health of Afghan refugees is a priority for Iran.

Iran PressIran news: "Following the Taliban attack in various parts of Afghanistan, a large number of Afghans entered Iran, and in such circumstances, taking care of the health of Afghan refugees is a priority for us," said the representative of the Minister of Health of the Islamic Republic of Iran in Sistan and Baluchestan.

In the wake of Taliban attacks on Zaranj city, the capital of Nimruz Province, and the fall of this city last Friday, many terrified people from Zaranj city and other parts of Nimruz Province entered the territory of the Islamic Republic of Iran through the Milak border.

The Sistan and Baluchestan Red Crescent Society has set up two 1,000-capacity camps to house Afghan refugees, but according to the latest reports, most of them have returned to Zaranj.

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