Deputy Industries Minister in Slovakia
Economy, Domestic Economy

Deputy Industries Minister in Slovakia

Deputy Minister of Industries, Mining and Trade Mojtaba Khosrotaj arrived in Slovakia on Friday to meet with the European country’s officials and participate in a forum on the outlook of economic relations between the two countries.  Khosrotaj also met with Slovak Finance Minister and Deputy Prime Minister Peter Kazimir and the two exchanged views on economic issues of bilateral interest, IRNA reported.   Back in January, the Slovak minister visited Iran and met with top Iranian officials, including Minister of Economic Affairs and Finance Ali Tayyebnia. The two signed several agreements, including one to avoid double taxation and another to establish a working group to promote investment in the two countries.


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