Iran, Croatia to boost economic cooperation

Zagreb (IP): The Ambassador of the Islamic Republic of Iran and the Minister of Economy and Sustainable Development of Croatia, in a meeting while referring to the good relations between the two countries, examined the process of economic cooperation between Tehran and Zagreb.

Iran PressEurope: Parviz Esmaili and Tomislav Ćorić discussed the latest state of implementation of the agreements and the process of economic cooperation between the Islamic Republic of Iran and the Republic of Croatia on Monday.

The two sides stressed that supporting the development of trade relations, especially private sector relations, is a sustainable way to guarantee the national interests of Iran and Croatia.

Croatia, with a population of 4,453,000 (2011 statistics) and an area of ​​56,542 square kilometers, is located in south-central Europe, with Slovenia and Hungary to the north, Serbia to the northwest, and Bosnia and Herzegovina to the east. It is bordered by Montenegro to the southeast and the Adriatic Sea to the south. 


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