The Head of Iran-UAE Chamber of Commerce said the problem of goods register order from the UAE to Iran was resolved.
"The issue related to goods register order from the UAE to Iran lasted for 24 hours due to technical problems, but it was resolved last night," Massoud Daneshmand told ISNA.
He added a technical problem in Iran's Trade Development Organization (ITDO) computer system was source of the issue.
Foreign Ministry Spokesman Ramin Mehmanparast dismissed reports on halting trade relations with the UAE.
Mehmanparast said the Iranian Industry, Mines and Commerce Ministry's order registration website was down on Tuesday due to technical problems and the relevant minister has not have any interview in this regard.
Some Iranian news outlets have already said Iran's trade with the UAE was banned until further notice following a decree by Iranian Industry, Mines and Commerce Minister Mehdi Ghazanfari.
The reports claimed that Iran's Trade Development Organization has refused to register new orders from the UAE.
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Trade ties between Iran and the neighboring country is long established; however, the United States has put the Persian Gulf state under severe pressure to cut down commercial relations with Iran.
Daneshmand continued Iran has never sought halting trade ties with any country and it has trade relations with the US despite its obstructionism.
Asked about possibility of halting Iran-UAE trade relations, he said, "Bilateral commercial cooperation between the two sides total 25 billion dollars per year which is a considerable amount."
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