Iran-Switzerland urges more economic cooperation on Eurasia

The vice president of Iran's Chamber of Commerce in a meeting with his counterpart from Switzerland’s Canton Ticino urged the expansion of banking relations and utilizing Eurasia capacity for expanding trade between Iran and Switzerland.

IRNA - The vice president of Iran's Chamber of Commerce in a meeting with his counterpart from Switzerland’s Canton Ticino urged the expansion of banking relations and utilizing Eurasia capacity for expanding trade between Iran and Switzerland.

Pointing to the banking, tourism, technology, pharmaceuticals, services and many other fields of cooperation, the official predicted a good future for the economic ties between the two countries as a result of the Joint Iran-Switzerland Council.

Describing Iran-Switzerland’s cooperation as unsatisfactory for the time being, he stressed that Switzerland Iran could boost cooperation with the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS) through its collaboration with Iran.

Soltani explained that since Iran is going to be a Eurasian Economic Union soon, the business opportunity should be utilized the most, as the region is ideal for exports.

 “Iranian and Swiss companies could launch joint activities in different fields, with exporting to the CIS as part of their agenda', he added.

Passalia, for his part, emphasized that his country’s current focus is on a few countries, adding that Russia, Kazakhistan and Iran are among the main export, trade and joint economic cooperation targets of Switzerland.

Apr 30, 2017
IRNA |