Iran, Czech after stronger economic relations

TEHRAN, Dec. 21 (MNA) – Iranian MP, while pointing to existence of numerous venues for development of Tehran-Prague relations, called for removal of ongoing barriers.

Head of Iran-Czech Parliamentary Friendship Group Mehdi Farshadan made the remarks on Tuesday at a meeting with Ambassador of Czech Republic to Tehran Svatopluk Čumba.

Farshadian referred to the upward trend in expansion of bilateral ties between the two countries adding “parliamentary friendship groups play an influential role in facilitating collaborations in various arenas.

Given huge economic and commercial potential in both countries, he said the Iranian Majlis supports joint investment projects in various industrial sectors.

The official further emphasized the need for banking relations saying “banking collaborations mark the primary means of boosting economic ties and encourage commercial transactions between the two states.

He urged Iranian and Czech officials to spare no effort in reinvigoration and strengthening of cooperation.

Also at the meeting, Czech’s Čumba, voiced optimism towards exchange of several commercial, economic and political delegations between the two parties as a way of bolstering bilateral relations and cooperation.

He went on to underline that his country welcomes cooperation with Iran in numerous fields including renewable energies, recycling, management of water resources, agriculture and auto manufacturing industry.

Čumba also touched upon facilitation of visa issuance since it could lead to better understanding between Iran and Czech Republic reiterating that the European country welcomed expansion of relations with the Islamic Republic of Iran.


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