The vice president will travel to Turkey / Planning for removing barriers to the export of Iranian goods

The vice president will travel to Turkey / Planning for removing barriers to the export of Iranian goods
The Minister of Communications and Information Technology meets with Turkish Ministry of Economy condemned the recent terrorist attacks in Istanbul and said: we hope in Iran's First Vice-President travel to Iran, we have agreement on removing barriers among each other.

According to the Center of Public Relations and Information of the Ministry of Communications and Information Technology, Minister of Communications and Information Technology, Dr. Mahmoud Vaezi, who headed a delegation of Economic and political official traveled to Istanbul, in a meeting with Nihad Zipkchi, Turkish Economy Minister and Turkish Chairman of Joint Conference for cooperation of Iran and Turkey expressed condolences to the people and government on the recent explosion in Istanbul Turkey leading to the criminal  tragedy that killed some civilians and police in Turkey, said: The Islamic Republic of Iran Strongly condemned such acts and always we support the people and government of Turkey and stand against terrorism .

Furthermore the Special Representative of the Iranian president and Iranian head of the Joint Commission of Iran and Turkey stressed that we intend to remove the obstacles in business, banking and Economic between the two countries, especially non-tariff barriers related to one of the most important issues related to development of trade between the two countries.

 He added: we want in future travel plans to Turkey coordinate for a suitable framework for development of cooperation and economic relations, trade and commerce Regulations and coordinate economic and trade relations between the two countries and we hope to access up to $ 30 billion economic outlook as soon as possible.

 Doctor Vaezi said if Iran and Turkey can jointly fight terrorism and regional situation with understanding and empathy to resolve the situation, and stated that Iran and Turkey are two important affecting powers in the region and undoubtedly strengthen the political, economic and cultural ties between the two countries in regional and international dimensions.  

Minister of Communications and IT pointed out the preferred agreement in 2015 signed between the two countries, said: This agreement is one important tools for development of Trade and removing barriers and in trade restrictions between the two countries. In particular, Turkey intends to remove the obstacles for Iran's exports googds.  

The Iranian head of the meeting of economic cooperation between Iran and Turkey, stating that I he hoped Mr. Jahangiri trip to Turkey can be the point for removing barriers in the case of new products as well as items among each other issues, transportation and environmental problems are as one of the obstacles on the way for Business development and Stressed the exports between the two countries and noted:  We need close cooperation to eliminate cross-border problems, customs and transport development together and regular cooperation between the concerned authorities.

 Minister of Communication and IT regarded settling disputes banking development of

Country customs issues, including the creation of single window customs and Accounting border, including business problems as among the very important issues and facilitate the signing of the document referring to the reduction of the effects in the two countries and said Iran is ready to apply the tariff cuts fuel for trucks having the destination to Iran to carry the goods and we expect in return that the similar actions are to be taken for Iranian Transit Trucks as well.

 Earlier, Doctor Vaezi as President of our country visited the place of the criminal explosion in Turkey, while expressing sympathy with the people of Turkey and reading the Fatiha for those killed in the incident, prayed for patience for the survivors and for victims and health as well.

 


 

 


Dec 31, 2016 12:29

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