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Bosnian Ties
Economy, Domestic Economy

Bosnian Ties

Minister of Foreign Trade and Economic Relations of Bosnia and Herzegovina Mirko Sarovic, who was accompanied by a 25-strong trade delegation, and Iran’s Minister of Economic Affairs and Finance Ali Tayyebnia signed a memorandum of understanding in Tehran on Monday on holding the second session of their joint economic commission in the near future. The first such commission meeting was held in Sarajevo back in May 2010. As part of their Iran visit, the Bosnian delegation also paid a visit to Alborz Province, situated northwest of Tehran, and explored trade opportunities there, IRNA reported.

 

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