Kazakhstan to develop banking ties with Iran

TEHRAN, Mar. 03 (MNA) – The Vice-Governor of Iran’s Central Bank for Foreign Exchange Affairs, Gholamali Kamyab, met with Kassymbek, the Kazakh Minister of Investment and Development on Thursday in Astana.

Gholamali Kamyab, the Vice-Governor of Iran’s Central Bank for Foreign Exchange Affairs, who is visiting Kazakh capital city of Astana, met with Zhenis Mahmudovich Kassymbek, the Minister of Investment and Development of the Republic of Kazakhstan on Thursday. The two sides stressed on developing banking cooperation between the two countries.

During the meeting, Mr. Kassymbek described the Islamic Republic of Iran as a strategic partner of the Republic of Kazakhstan and underlined the will to remove the barriers obstructing development of bilateral ties especially in the areas of economy, trade, and banking.

Mr. Kamyab, who made the trip to Astana after the invitation of the Kazakhs, stressed on devising ways to expand bilateral relations in areas of trade and currency transactions. He also highlighted the importance of doing banking balances in trade via the national currencies of the two countries.

The two sides agreed to follow up the proposals made and the solutions offered in the meeting through a joint commission of experts and banking officials from both countries.         

Also, in the recent visit of President Rouhani to Astana in January, the two president agreed to eliminate the obstacles ahead of banking relation between the two countries.

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