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18th Iran-Armenia Joint Economic Commission meeting kicked off in Tehran

by Tasnim News

The 18th meeting of the Iran-Armenia Joint Economic Commission kicked off in Tehran on Wednesday with the participation of trade and economic officials of the two countries.

It was attended by Head of the International and Public Relations Affairs of Iran’s Plan and Budget Organization (PBO) Masoud Mirzaei and Secretary of the Armenian Economic Commission and Acting Head of the Department of Bordering Countries Hayk Darbinyan.

In his address, Mirzaei termed the political relations between Tehran and Yerevan as “excellent” and said, “We believe that the level of economic relations between the two countries should be promoted in tandem with the political ties.”

The two countries enjoy high potential to boost their bilateral trade, he emphasized.

The Islamic Republic of Iran seeks an operational road map for the expansion of trade-economic relations with the Republic of Armenia in all fields and will use all its capacities to develop its relations with its neighbor, Mirzaei emphasized.

For his part, the Secretary of the Armenian Economic Commission said that promoting political and economic relations with Iran has been high on the agenda of the government of Armenia.

Armenia attaches great importance to its relations with Iran in all fields, Darbinyan highlighted, Mehr news agency reported.

Hosted by Iran’s Plan and Budget Organization, the 18th Iran-Armenian Joint Economic Cooperation Commission is held in Tehran for two days.

The closing ceremony of the commission will be held on Thursday with the participation of Vice President and Head of the Plan and Budget Organization Davood Manzour and Deputy Prime Minister of Armenia Mher Grigoryan.

Source: Tasnim News

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