Iran, Japan pursue growth of port, maritime partnership in Persian Gulf
(MENAFN) Chief of Iran’s Ports and Maritime Organization (PMO) talked about infrastructural, transit, and training collaboration with the Japanese envoy to Tehran on Tuesday.
Throughout the gathering, Ali-Akbar Safaei and Aikawa Kazutoshi studied methods of improving collaboration in Iranian ports on the coasts of the Persian Gulf, as reported by the PMO portal.
Referring to the long history of financial and commercial partnership among Iran and Japan as two coastal nations, Safaei stressed the improvement of infrastructure as well as transit collaboration and the reinforcing of educational actions with Tokyo.
Kazutoshi for his part stated around a latest trip to Iran’s southern Shahid Rajaee Port, stressing the reinforcing of joint ties and maritime partnership.
The envoy assured that sea-based improvement is one of the highest priority factors of his nation’s foreign policy, elaborating that Japan efforts to grow its relations with additional maritime countries via its smart ports.
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