Norway Willing to Expand Bilateral Ties
Economy, Domestic Economy

Norway Willing to Expand Bilateral Ties

Norwegian companies from the public and private sectors are willing to invest in Iran and expand bilateral ties, said Norwegian Ambassador to Iran Aud Lise Norheim. “Officials from the two countries must try to detect and eliminate the impediments in the way of enhancing Tehran-Oslo economic cooperation,” she said in a meeting with Mohammad Khazaei, deputy minister of economy and financial affairs, IRNA reported on Tuesday. Khazaei said Iran is prepared to expand cooperation with Norway in the fields of banking, financing, water resources management and fish farming. Iran’s main imports from Norway include electric and electronic appliances, medicine, medical equipment, paper, ship engines and fish, while exports to that country consist of oil, chemical and metal products, nuts and carpets.

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