News ID: 189437
Published: 0702 GMT March 15, 2017

Iran, Zimbabwe discuss ways to develop trade

Iran, Zimbabwe discuss ways to develop trade

Iran's Ambassador to Zimbabwe Ahmad Erfanian met the Chief Executive Officer of Zimbabwe's National Trade Development and Promotion Organization Sithembile Pilime on Wednesday to discuss ways to develop trade between the two countries.

In the meeting, the ambassador said that good political ties between the two countries provide firm support for increasing economic cooperation, IRNA reported.

Erfanian said that there are plenty of grounds for cooperation between the two countries and Iran is ready to cooperate with Zimbabwe in the fields of oil products, mineral greases, medicine, agricultural equipment, chemical materials, construction materials, plastic products and food products.

He added that establishing banking ties to facilitate bilateral trade is on the agenda.

Pilime described Iran a country that had always stood by Zimbabwe, adding that unfortunately trade and economic ties between the two countries are not at the satisfactory level.

She said that Iranian companies may have active participation in the fields of electricity generation, agriculture, food products and mine in Zimbabwe.

Pilime also welcomes the exchange of trade delegations between the two countries as well as the participation in exhibitions to get more familiar with the two countries' capabilities, capacities.

She underlined the need to establish banking ties between Iran and Zimbabwe.

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