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Banking Ties With Switzerland
Economy, Business And Markets

Banking Ties With Switzerland

Iranian president’s chief of staff, Mohammad Nahavandian, said Iran is ready to promote bilateral relations with Switzerland in finance. “Iran welcomes the expansion of economic and banking relations with Switzerland,” Nahavandian said in a meeting with Yves Rossier, secretary of state at the Swiss Foreign Ministry, on Wednesday. “The government is ready to do business with all countries in trade, banking, tourism and transportation areas based on a win-win relationship,” he added. Rossier voiced his country’s willingness to promote bilateral ties with Iran in various economic fields. The Swiss official said Iran can contribute to better international interactions, even though some countries may feel uneasy about a lasting nuclear deal between Tehran and P5+1—Russia, China, the US, Britain, France and Germany, in an earlier meeting with head of the Strategic Research Center of Iran’s Expediency Council, Ali Akbar Velayati. Iran and the six nations on July 14 finalized the text of a comprehensive 159-page nuclear deal, dubbed the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action.

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