Slovak Delegation  in Tehran
Economy, Domestic Economy

Slovak Delegation in Tehran

Slovakia’s Deputy Prime Minister Peter Pellegrini, Minister of Finance Peter Kazimir and Minister of Economy Peter Ziga, as well as representatives from 35 private companies, are scheduled to hold a meeting with members of Tehran Chamber of Commerce, Industries, Mines and Agriculture today. The two sides will survey opportunities of bilateral cooperation in the fields of energy, oil and gas, transportation, finance and information technology among others, IRNA reported. Later, the visiting delegation will visit the headquarters of Industrial Development and Renovation Organization of Iran and meet Mansour Moazzami, deputy minister of industries, mining and trade, to explore ways of expanding industrial collaboration between the two countries.


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