Iran Economy Minister in Baku to Expand Economic Cooperation

Iran's Economy Minister Farhad Dejpasand was in Baku over the weekend (Thursday and Friday) to attend the 13th Iran-Azerbaijan Economic Cooperation Commission's sessions.

Financial Tribune- The Iranian minister was accompanied by a delegation of Iranian officials and private sector representatives.
In their Baku meetings, the two sides surveyed ways of expanding economic and commercial cooperation in eight specialized committees, namely trade, industries and investments; monetary and banking; customs and border affairs; transportation and transits; energy and environment; agriculture and health; culture, social welfare and humanitarian affairs; and tourism.
Upon arriving in Azerbaijan's capital, Dejpasand said there is vast potential for Tehran and Baku to expand cooperation in a host of fields, including monetary affairs and finance, tourism, water, electricity, railroad and agro outsourcing.

Publish Date: Mar 16, 2019