Tehran, Manila to promote banking cooperation

TEHRAN, Aug. 25 (MNA) – Iranian and Filipino officials discussed ways to remove obstacles to further economic ties, banking cooperation in particular.

The meeting was held on Tuesday with participation of Governor of Central Bank of the Philippines Amando M. Tetangco and Iran's Ambassador to Manila Ali-Asghar Mohammadi.

Tetangco expressed satisfaction over the July 14 nuclear agreement between Iran and the 5+1 states, stressing that the world welcomed such a landmark agreement.

He underlined that the Philippines banking officials will review banking cooperation between Iran and the Philippines in the upcoming meeting.

Iranian diplomat, for his part, hoped anti-Iran sanctions would be lifted in next few months. Mohammadi reiterated that as the international societies have welcomed success in nuclear talks, the delegations from European and Asian countries visit Iran to develop ties with the country.


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