Italian PM to visit Iran in April

TEHRAN, Feb. 23 (MNA) – Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi announced his official visit to Iran in the coming months to boost economic ties.

Renzi made the remarks on Monday in a press conference in Rome.

This would be Renzi’s first visit to Iran.

The premier pointed to the business agreements Italy signed with Iran during President Rouhani's trip to the country, saying the visit was a turning point for the two countries.

Following lifting of anti-Iran sanctions and the implementation of JCPOA, President Rouhani visited Italy on January 25, at the top of a high-ranking delegation.

During his visit to Rome, the two sides signed several Memoranda of Understanding, including pipeline contract, modernization of Iran’s rail network and many other trade agreements.




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