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Tehran-Baku Ties
Economy, Domestic Economy

Tehran-Baku Ties

Minister of Communications and Information Technology Mahmoud Vaezi on Wednesday called for the expansion of ties between the private sectors of Iran and Azerbaijan, saying that with further collaboration of private firms and companies, both countries will be able to make better use of their capabilities. In a meeting with Kemaleddin Heydarov, Azerbaijan’s minister of emergency situations, Vaezi said, that religious, lingual and cultural commonalities shared between Iran and Azerbaijan provide the two nations with a proper ground to further expand their relations. Praising the rising trade exchange between the two countries he said, “Attempts are being made to complete the infrastructure required for connecting Iran’s railroad to Azerbaijan,” hoping that the power grids of the two countries will soon be interconnected. The Azerbaijani official, for his turn, said: “Trade between the two countries is at acceptable level but both nations have to take necessary steps to further facilitate and increase banking and customs exchange.”

 

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