Tehran, Prague ink MoU for industrial coop.

TEHRAN, Oct. 09 (MNA) – Deputy industry minister of Czech Republic said his country was ready to transfer technical know-how and related experiences to Iran.

Eduard Muricky, Czech Deputy Minister of Industry and Trade, made the remarks on the sidelines of the signing ceremony for a cooperation agreement between Industrial Development and Renovation Organization of Iran (IDRO) and Ministry of Industry and Trade of Czech Republic.

Ambassador of Czech Republic to Tehran, Svatopluk Čumba, and Deputy Iranian Minister of Industry, Mine and Trade, Mansour Moazami endorsed the document.

Czech’s Muricky underlined that the two countries had voiced resolve to bolster ties in various fields including oil and gas, auto industry, transportation and training of managers.

Also during the ceremony, Moazemi said IDRO had begun investments in Iran following implementation of the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA).

The official went on to voice Iran’s willingness to reinvigorate bilateral relations with the European side.

Later at the session, Czech Envoy to Tehran, Čumba, stressed that there existed numerous potentials for both countries to develop collaborations. He also called for proper implementation of Iran’s nuclear deal by both parties.

Iran and Czech Republic also intend to deepen ties in other sectors like railway industry as well as eliminating obstacles to banking relations.

IDRO’s objective is to develop Iran’s industry sector and to accelerate the industrialization process of the country and to export Iranian products worldwide.


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