TEHRAN (Iran News) – Iran to Dispatch Trade Delegation to Kyrgyzstan. The caretaker of Europe-America Office of Iran Trade Promotion Organization says a trade delegation is to be dispatched to Kyrgyzstan for a five-day visit.
Mr. Mohammad Reza Karimzadeh said that the delegation will depart for Bishkek on July 22 for a five-day visit. The delegation will be comprised of representatives from fields of agro and food, medical equipment, laboratory, medicine and health, construction industry, industry and mine and some knowledge-based companies.
He said that in this event some specialized business-to-business meetings of business will be held with participation of both parties.
Karimzadeh added that Kyrgyzstan is one of the EAEU member states in the Central Asia and this event is a good opportunity for reinforcing relations with Kyrgyzstan.
Hassan Rouhani in a phone talk with his Kyrgyz counterpart, Sooronbay Jeenbekov, on Tuesday stressed the need for developing ties between Iran and Kyrgyzstan amid the novel coronavirus pandemic.
“We should not wait for the end of the coronavirus for economic cooperation, and we can increase our mutual trade ties within the framework of health protocols,” Rouhani added in talks with his counterpart in Kyrgyzstan.
Referring to Iran’s success in fighting the coronavirus and the production of equipment needed in this field, the president said, “Undoubtedly, all countries must help each other in order to protect people from this virus.”
He underlined the need for the development of economic and trade relations with Kyrgyzstan, saying, “Today, the Eurasian Economic Union has created a very good ground for the development of cooperation between the two countries, in which we can develop and deepen cooperation.”