Portuguese Delegation Due in Alborz Province
Economy, Domestic Economy

Portuguese Delegation Due in Alborz Province

An 11-member economic and commercial delegation from Portugal are due in Iran’s Alborz Province on April 23, according to Masoud Qasemi, general secretary of Alborz Chamber of Commerce, Industries, Mines and Agriculture.  “To size up the economic and commercial opportunities in Alborz and to discuss bilateral cooperation in the fields of health, environment, medical and pharmaceutical equipment, electric and electronic products, household appliances, information technology, transportation, engineering consultation, office furniture, visual media and oil products aRE the main goal pursued by the visiting Portuguese delegation,” he was quoted as saying by IRNA. Since the beginning of 2015, delegations from Ukraine, Bosnia, Italy, Croatia, Poland, France and Estonia have paid visits to Alborz Province to discuss avenues of expanding bilateral ties. Situated 35 kilometers west of Tehran at the foothills of the Alborz mountain RANGE, Alborz is Iran’s smallest province in area.


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