Road Transit MoU With Sweden
Road Transit MoU With Sweden

Road Transit MoU With Sweden

Road Transit MoU With Sweden

Iran and Sweden signed a memorandum of understanding to boost road transportation in Tehran on Sunday.

Based on the MoU, the two sides have agreed to increase the number of transit trucks traveling between the Islamic Republic and the European country, Road Maintenance and Transportation Organization’s news service reported.

Every year, some 200 trucks leave Iran for Sweden.

The document was signed as part of a visiting Swedish economic and political mission, which arrived in Tehran on Saturday for a three-day visit.

The mission is led by Swedish Prime Minister Stefan Lofven.


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