Qatar blockade: Surge in food imports from Iran

People living in Qatar are unlikely to forget the neighbours willing to lend a hand when they needed it most.

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    Iran was one of the countries which quickly stepped in to ensure Qatari supermarket shelves remained well stocked.

    Iranian exporters say helping Qatar is not just about making money.

    But deepening ties could prove problematic.

    Al Jazeera's Zein Basravi reports from Mahdasht, Iran.


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