• 17 February 2018 - 15:41
  • News Code: 82247
پرچم ایران و هند

Chairman of Iran's Chamber of Commerce said Iran-India's transit cooperation is one of the priorities in negotiations with Indian side.

In the sidelines of Iranian delegation's trip to India, Gholamhossein Shafei stated that on the trip, 30 companies and some private sector's trade activists are present, adding a memorandum of understanding has been signed between two countries' private sectors.

He mentioned that expansion of two countries' transit cooperation is one of the priorities during the negotiations, pointing to previous collaboration between two nations regarding Chabahar port, saying that Indian goods are going to be transited to the Central Asia and Afghanistan through the port, citing it is one of the pivotal cooperation between Iran and India in the future. 

Shafei also reminded that the private sector has already suggested that Iran and India build a joint industrial zone in Chabahar port in which specific Indian products are produced and shipped to the region countries via Iran, stating it will be reviewed in the travel.

Chairman of Iran's Chamber of Commerce said cooperation in IT and ICT areas are other issues for negotiations, adding India is a developed country in these fields, expressing his gratitude to have closer collaboration with India to use new technologies.

The official went on to say that swapping goods is very important not only for Iran but also for India due to having the safest and simplest access to the region's market vie Iran, citing we are looking for trilateral cooperation in the Central Asia based on Iran-India's axial role.


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