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Iran, Indonesia to Strengthen Banking Ties

Iran delegation called on the Bank Indonesia  and OJK officials and held talks with executives from private and government-owned banksIran delegation called on the Bank Indonesia  and OJK officials and held talks with executives from private and government-owned banks

A delegation from the Central Bank of Iran met with Indonesian officials to build banking ties and expand commerce between the two countries.

Ahmad Azizi, a senior advisor to CBI governor, Valiollah Seif, was at the head of the delegation that met in Jakarta with officials representing Indonesian banks, the coordinating ministry for economic affairs and the Financial Services Authority (OJK) on Friday, reports IRNA.

The Iranians called on the Bank Indonesia (the country’s central bank) and OJK officials and held talks with executives from private and government-owned banks and members of the Indonesian Chamber of Commerce and Industry (KADIN BSD).

The potential for closer collaboration between the two sides, especially in business, was a key subject of discussion as both sides looked favorably toward clearing hurdles on the way of bilateral ties and strengthening banking deals.

Indonesian President Joko Widodo is due to pay an official visit to Tehran soon and a joint commission is to be held in Jakarta.

 

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