TEHRAN, Sept. 5 (MNA) – Iran's Jam Industrial Company has signed a contract worth €225 million with Komor Island to export technical-engineering services to the African country.

 The two sides had previously inked agreements in this regard, Jalil Makinehchi managing director of the Iranian company stated, Moj news agency reported.

 Based on the agreement Iranian contractors will construct 1,700 houses in Komor and will invest up to 170 million euro there in road building projects.

 MG/SJ

MNA

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