The Governor of the Central Bank of Iran arrived in Muscat, the capital of Oman, in order to develop international monetary and banking cooperation.

Iran Press/ West Asia: Iran's Central Bank governor, heading a delegation, went to Oman in order to confer on the development and improvement of monetary, financial, and banking interactions.

In this trip Mohammad Reza Farzin discusses sboosting commercial, economic relations and exchanges between the Central Banks of Iran to Oman.

Iran's Deputy Foreign Minister for Economic Diplomacy Mehdi Safari , also accompanies the Governor of the Central Bank on his trip to Oman.

Previously, the head of the central bank had traveled to Qatar and the United Arab Emirates to increase monetary and banking cooperation.

The relations between Iran and Oman in the last few decades, despite the tensions in the Persian Gulf and US efforts to intensify sanctions, have always been based on mutual respect and interests.

Omani officials believe that close relations with Iran are based on realism and consider Iran as a great neighbor.

The two countries have no territorial and border disputes with each other, and Iran's support for Oman has been positively and permanently imprinted in Oman's historical memory. 219