Kiev Keen on Closer Coop.

Kiev Keen on Closer Coop.

First Vice Prime Minister of Ukraine Stepan Kubiv voiced his country’s willingness to boost cooperation with Iran in all spheres, including energy, agriculture and industry.
Speaking in a meeting with Iran’s Deputy Foreign Minister for Asia and Pacific Affairs Ebrahim Rahimpour in Kiev on Saturday, Kubiv emphasized that his country is ready to promote relations with the Islamic Republic in all areas, Tasnim News Agency reported.
Kubiv, who is also Ukraine’s minister of economic development and trade, said Tehran and Kiev can boost cooperation to prepare the ground for the business activities of the two countries’ merchants, joint investment and development of infrastructure and standardization of products.
Rahimpour stressed that Iran is prepared to promote relations with Ukraine in various economic areas.
He called for efforts to remove obstacles in the way of promoting economic cooperation between the two sides.
During his visit to Ukraine, the Iranian deputy minister met other senior officials of the East European country, including Foreign Minister Pavlo Klimkin.


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