Iran, Sri Lanka to Expand Economic Ties
Economy, Domestic Economy

Iran, Sri Lanka to Expand Economic Ties

Iran and Sri Lanka signed documents on Saturday to expand cooperation in various fields, including trade and economy, the news portal of Sri Lankan government reported, citing IRNA.
The documents were signed during a two-day visit of an Iranian delegation to Colombo.
The delegation, headed by the Iranian Energy Ministry official Hamid Reza Tashaoei, discussed ways of expanding cooperation with the host officials and reviewed impediments on the way of implementing earlier agreements.
Both sides agreed on the need to find executive solutions to accelerate operationalization of the agreements.
Iran’s Ambassador to Sri Lanka Mohammad Zarei Irani also attended the meeting.

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