Iranian medicines penetrate Deir Ezzor pharmacies amid increased demand

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Iran has recently exported Iranian medicines to Syria and Deir Ezzor in particular, with the help of local officials and doctors loyal to Iran.

During the past few weeks, Deir Ezzor pharmacies have been filled with Iranian-made painkillers, most notably “Diclon” analgesic injections, according to Deir Ezzor 24 network correspondent.

The prices of these painkillers are competitive to those of the Syrian and imported medicines.

The Iranian medicines penetrated the pharmacies of Deir Ezzor, and there has been an increased demand on them amid the outbreak of Coronavirus and lack of medicine in the region.

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