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Thursday, 09 February 2023 06:00 GMT

Namibia seeks to expand trade with Iran, expresses dissatisfaction with current amount

(MENAFN) The deputy chief of the Iran Chamber of Commerce, Industries, Mines and Agriculture (ICCIMA) asserts that improving transportation groundwork is a requirement for the growth of exchange relations among Iran and Namibia.

While giving a speech in a gathering with chief of Namibia Chamber of Commerce and Industry Charity Mwale Mwiya in Tehran on Tuesday, Alireza Yavari voiced her negative comments around the present amount of exchange among the two nations, stating: “The lack of transportation infrastructure between the two countries is the most important reason for the decrease in the level of trade relations between Iran and Namibia.”

According to the ICCIMA portal report, Yavari noted to pharmaceuticals, food sectors, as well as agriculture as possible sectors for collaboration among the two nations and stated that “Since these areas are not affected by the U.S. sanctions, the chambers of commerce of Iran and Namibia can establish good business relations in these areas.”

Mwiya for her part voiced interest in utilizing the experiences of Iranian firms in handling agricultural outputs and noted: “Namibia is one of the world’s top meat exporters and one of the successful countries in the field of fisheries and fish farming.”

She continued: “Iran and Namibia can also have good cooperation in the field of processing precious stones, including diamonds.”


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