Iran-Georgia trade balance should quadruple

Iran-Georgia trade balance should quadruple

Iran-Georgia trade balance should quadruple


Ali Rabiei who was receiving Georgian deputy-FM on Monday, said that long history of cultural relations would provide grounds for economic relations improve to desirable levels. “A joint economic commission is crucial in advancing this necessity; the Islamic Republic of Iran has enough preparations to implement the signed agreements which assert that Iran will build ceramic, pharmaceutical, and cement manufacturing industries in the Caucasian republic,” he told the press. “We hope that the joint economic commission meet before Georgian prime minister arrives in Tehran; however, some Georgian companies have pioneered economic talks already through engaging in negotiation with Iranian Social Security Organization (ISSO) companies group (acronym in Persian: SHESTA).”
David Jalagania, for his part, objected that a trade balance of merely $ 100mn did not represent the level of bilateral relations; “Georgia welcomes Iranian investments now with easing sanctions and better investment opportunities embrace Iranian markets; Iran and Georgia could cooperate in trade, tourism and transit sectors, and we would host about 90,000 tourists annually,” he added.

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