Director General of Europe-America Office in the second meeting of the Iran-Slovakia Joint Commercial Committee pointed to the banking problems resulted from the sanctions and said the way to reduce effects of sanctions is to use all capacities of the joint chamber of commerce in developing bilateral trade and planning for developing cooperation in the field of technical and engineering services.
Chairman of the Iran-Slovakia Joint Trade Committee Mr. Jabbar Kianipour says the trade volume between Iran and Slovakia has sharply declined in recent years and in order to improve bilateral trade relation, problems of businessmen regarding visa, investment and banking transactions should be resolved.
At least seven people died and dozens were injured in a gas explosion that rocked a 12-story building in eastern Slovakia, police said on Saturday.
TEHRAN – The trade volume between Iran and Slovakia has soared significantly and according to the statistics it has increased by 110 percent.
Iran's outgoing Ambassador to Austria and Slovakia Ebadollah Molaei met and held talks with Slovakian Deputy Foreign Minister Lukas Parizek in Bratislava on Friday.
Iranian Deputy Foreign Minister Abbas Araghchi arrived in Bratislava on Tuesday and conferred with Slovakian officials on the EU’s planned trade mechanism aimed at facilitating trade with Iran in the face of US sanctions. Abbas Araghchi, Iranian Deputy Foreign Minister for Political Affairs, arrived in Slovakia Tuesday on top of a high-ranking delegation as the […]
TEHRAN — The state secretary of the Slovakia Ministry of Culture, Konrád Rigó, and Iranian Deputy Culture Minister for Artistic Affairs Seyyed Mojtaba Hosseini met in Tehran at the Niavaran Cultural Center on Sunday. The expansion of cultural relations was discussed at the meeting, which was also attended by Slovak Ambassador Lubomir Golian and the […]