National Iranian Gas Company said that it resumed supply of natural gas to Turkey, suspended 10 days ago, Isna agency reported.
"Deliveries have been fully resumed on Saturday morning - about 25 million cubic meters a day, after the Turkish side informed about the complete elimination of the consequences of the accident and the willingness to accept the gas," the Iranian National Gas Company representative Valialla Dini said.
Deliveries of Iranian natural gas to Turkey have been completely suspended July 21 after an explosion on the Turkish section of pipeline in the area located a few kilometers from the Iranian border settlement Dogubeyazit. After the accident, Russia's Gazprom increased its gas exports to Turkey from 14 to 22 million cubic meters a day at the request of the Turkish side, Interfax reported.
Iran has been supplied 23 million cubic meters of natural gas since early 2010.