Iran, Georgia eye increased bilateral ties

TEHRAN, Jun. 25 (MNA) – In a meeting held on Sunday in Tehran, Iranian Minister of Economic Affairs and Finance (MEAF) Masoud Karbasian met with some parliament members of Georgia and the two sides vowed to boost bilateral ties in various fields.

Karbasian said that Iran and Georgia has previously inked suitable MOUs related to costumes and tax, adding that Iran is ready to sign agreement with Georgia in other areas as well.

Touching on the importance of expanding bilateral banking ties, Iranian minister proposed that necessary grounds would be prepared so that Iranians and Georgians can use their ATM cards in both countries.

Shalva Kiknavelidze, the chief of the Georgian Parliament Friendship Group with the Parliament of the Islamic Republic of Iran, said that Tehran-Tbilisi ties have entered a new phase.

Establishing close relationship with Iran is among major foreign policies of Georgia, he said, adding that Tbilisi is ready to expand cooperation in various fields including economy and culture.


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