Bulgarian Delegation to Visit
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Bulgarian Delegation to Visit

An official Bulgarian delegation, headed by the country's minister of Transport, Information Technology and Communications Ivaylo Moskovski, will arrive in Tehran on March 6 in a four-day visit for the 18th Session of the Joint Intergovernmental Bulgarian-Iranian Commission on Economic, Scientific and Technical Cooperation.
The 40-member delegation will include Bulgaria's deputy ministers of energy and economy as well as representatives of the country's economy-related administration.
A separate business delegation, made up of 67 Bulgarian enterprises, will accompany the official delegation to explore grounds for cooperation with Iranian companies. In addition, a business-to-business forum is scheduled to be held on March 7.

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