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Russian business delegation began visit to Iran

Russian business delegation began visit to Iran

Tehran Sep 20 (Prensa Latina) A Russian business delegation began its visit to Tehran to strengthen trade relations between the two nations, the spokesman for the Ministry of Industry, Mines and Trade of Iran, Omid Qalibaf, announced.
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The senior official announced that meetings are scheduled with members of the 65 Moscow companies that make up the mission, which will address issues of food and agricultural industry, fisheries, medicine and medical equipment, glass and glassware, machinery, metallurgy, radio and telecommunications, energy and recycling.

According to Qalibaf, Russia is scheduled to send at least 10 other trade delegations to the Persian nation before the end of this year.

Russian President Vladimir Putin informed his Iranian counterpart, Sayed Ebrahim Raisi, last Thursday at their meeting in Uzbekistan, of the decision to send the largest trade and business mission in its history to Tehran amid efforts by both nations to strengthen their relations and confront foreign sanctions.

Ties between the two have intensified since last February, when Western countries imposed sanctions on Russia.

Experts affirm that reinforcing this strategic alliance is a way for them to evade the measures against them, in this context, the Islamic Republic and Russia decided to create another payment system in order to facilitate their economic cooperation.


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