Tehran, Seoul to Ease Customs Ties
Economy, Domestic Economy

Tehran, Seoul to Ease Customs Ties

Iran and South Korea will replace their mutual customs documentations with electronic ones, the Islamic Republic of Iran Customs Administration reported.
As part of an agreement reached by South Korean Ambassador in Tehran Kim Sung-ho and IRICA President Masoud Karbasian in a meeting on Monday, the two countries will also introduce trusted economic players to each other to smooth import/export procedures and formalities. Seoul seeks better relations with Tehran, said the Asian country’s top envoy, adding that there are numerous fields of cooperation between the two countries.

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