Dutch amb. stresses expansion of bilateral relations with Iran

The Dutch ambassador to Tehran has said in the fields of water, renewable sources of energy, and food his country has proper programs to cooperate with the Kish Free Trade Zone Organization in southern Iran.

Iran Press/Iran news: "In addition to water, energy and waste management, the Netherlands is interested in fostering academic cooperation, and food production through the greenhouse system with Iran," Jacques Werner said in a meeting with Managing Director of Kish Free Trade Zone Organization (KFTZO) Gholam-Hossein Mozaffari on Tuesday. 

Gholam-Hossein Mozaffari, on his part, referred to annual travel of 1,800,000 tourists to Kish Island, added, "We would like to host Dutch tourists on Kish Island," Iran Press reported.

Mozaffari also welcomed the Netherlands' entry into the Instrument in Support of Trade Exchanges (INSTEX), adding that with the imposition of unilateral US sanctions against Iran, we should seek ways to expand relations in all fields.

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