Iran, France sign shipping agreement

TEHRAN, Jan. 31 (MNA) – Head of Islamic Republic of Iran Shipping Line (IRISL) has said it has signed an agreement accord with French CMA-CGM Shipping.

Mohammad Saeidi told reporters on Saturday that he and Mr. Jacques Saadé, the head of board of directors and directing manager of CMA-CGM Shipping signed the agreement extending cooperation into areas of exchange of container space, organizing joint services in international shipping lines, and trade of containers in lines which would benefit both sides’ mutual interests.

The agreement also provisions terminal and port cooperation in global scale for IRISL and CMA-CGM. The agreement had been signed during President Rouhani’s recent visit to Paris and his meeting with François Hollande, his French counterpart.

 

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    • Ardeshir 17:53 - 2016/02/01
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      Doing business with our enemy, the French government. Are we really that backward to have to deal with our known enemy. Supreme Leader, please save us.