Deputy governor assures Khuzestan will become center of flowers, ornamental plants in Iran
(MENAFN) Khuzestan district, in the southwest of Iran, can be a center of flowers and ornamental plants output in the nation, the deputy governor-general of the province for the economic affairs asserted.
Aqa-Reza Fotouhi noted that Khuzestan district has a high prospect because of the climate and restated that it can be a center of the cultivation of flowers and ornamental plants in the nation.
The representative additionally pointed out that “And also, in terms of exports, due to being neighbor to the Persian Gulf littoral states as well as Iraq (which are some major export destinations of Iran’s flowers and ornamental plants), Khuzestan can play an effective role in boosting the export in this due, and it can create good employment as well.”
According to reports, Iraq, the Persian Gulf littoral states, Afghanistan, Uzbekistan, Russia, Malaysia, Vietnam as well as Azerbaijan are between the main costumers of flowers and ornamental plants from Iran.
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