Tehran, Astana Stress Banking Cooperation
Tehran, Astana Stress Banking Cooperation

Tehran, Astana Stress Banking Cooperation

Tehran, Astana Stress Banking Cooperation

The Central Bank of Iran’s deputy governor for foreign exchange affairs has travelled to the capital city of Kazakhstan to boost banking relations between the two countries. Gholamali Kamyab met with the Central Asian country’s Minister of Investment and Development Zhenis Mahmudovich Kassymbek in Astana on Thursday. Kassymbek stressed the removal of hurdles to expansion of ties between Iran and Kazakhstan, especially in the economic, banking and trade sectors, reports Banker.ir. Kamyab emphasized the creation of a mechanism to expand trade ties and foreign exchange transactions between the two countries, underlining the importance of creating an account in local currencies for the purpose. The two sides agreed to form a task group consisting of experts and officials of both nations.


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