Tehran (IP) - Iran and Turkmenistan are up to establishing a joint trade centre to invigorate economic cooperation.

Iran PressIran news: In a meeting held between Deputy Chairman of the Cabinet of Ministers of Turkmenistan Atdayev Batyr Taganovich and Iranian Minister of Industry, Mine and Trade Reza Fatemi-Amin at the venue of the ministry on Tuesday evening, the two sides underlined the need to bolster trade and economy cooperation.

During the meeting, the two sides emphasized the need to set up a working group for drawing up a year-long roadmap for cementing trade and economic ties.

Noting the need to support traders and merchants of the two countries in order to facilitate trade relations, the two sides agreed to set up a working group to bolster mutual economic relations.

Fatemi-Amin pointed out that the Iranian Ministry of Industry, Mine and Trade had set up trade centers in 16 countries, adding that these trade centers had been established overseas in order to expand trade and economic ties.

Turkmen official, for his part, called for the signing of agreements in order to increase trade and economic relations.

The main trade cooperation between the two countries is in the field of constructing buildings and also exporting construction materials from Iran to Turkmenistan, Atdayev Batyr said and underlined the need for expanding cooperation in the related field.

The two sides also stressed the need to hold joint exhibitions and resume bilateral trade and economic ties.


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