Iran-Croatia banking relations re-opened: deputy eco. min.

TEHRAN, May. 08 (MNA) – Mohammad Khazaei, Iranian Deputy Economy Minister and President of the Organization for Investment, Economic and Technical Assistance of Iran said that Iran and Croatia have re-established normal banking relations.

“Iran and Croatia have re-established banking relations through a bank which is cooperating with many countries including Italy,” said Mohammad Khazaei, Iranian Deputy Economy Minister and President of the Organization for Investment, Economic and Technical Assistance of Iran. He made the remarks on Tuesday in Tehran.

Referring to the recent visit of Croatian Deputy Prime Minister Martina Dalic to Tehran, Mr. Khazaei said that the visit and the meetings were of prime importance at the current course of events with a special message for Iran and Europe.

“Ms. Dalic is a prominent political figure in Croatia and the European Union and her visit to Tehran signifies the great importance Croatia attaches to developing economic relations with Iran,” reiterated the Iranian official.

Earlier on Sunday, during a meeting with Governor of Central Bank of Iran (CBI) Valiollah Seif, the visiting Croatian Economy Minister Martina Dalić said that despite disorders in the way of banking relations between Iran and Croatia, the two countries can persuade their banks to begin brokerage relations.

Also in September 2017, the Governor of the Central Bank of Croatia Boris Vujcic announced that the European nation’s biggest lender is eager to connect with its Iranian counterparts.

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