Iran, Armenia highlight need to surge two-sided exchange to USD3B

(MENAFN) Throughout a gathering among Iranian Finance and Economic Affairs Minister Ehsan Khandouzi as well as Armenian Finance Minister Tigran Khachatryan in Tehran on Tuesday night, the two nations highlighted materializing the objective of reaching a deal to amount to USD3 billion yearly exchange among the two nations.

The two ministers also highlighted the necessity to surge the capacity of two-sided exchange to five million tons, on top of growing and facilitate economic, banking, exchange, and customs relations among the two nations.

At the start of the gathering, Khandouzi stated that “Today's conversation between the Iranian and Armenian delegations is being held in a situation where the prime minister of Armenia also had appropriate talks with the president of Iran in the past days.”

“Mr. Raisi's government is very serious in pursuing the neighborhood policy with an emphasis on the Caucasus region, and I hope that the target of three billion dollars of trade between the two countries, which was raised in the meeting between the presidents of the two countries, will be realized in this government”, the minister also mentioned.


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