Tehran (IP) – Director-general of the Iranian Ministry of Labor and Cooperatives for International Affairs announced that the country would open a business center in Armenia as a permanent exhibition.

Iran PressIran News: In a webinar meeting with the Director of International Affairs of the Ministry of Labor and Social Affairs of Armenia, Hamed Forouzan pointed out that Iran and Armenia would conclude a memorandum of cooperation to determine the two countries' capacities in the production and trade of products and services.

He noted that the business center would be inaugurated during the Iranian labor minister's visit to Yerevan.

Forouzan also announced the Iranian professors' readiness to provide technical and vocational skills training centers, insurance consulting and services for retirees and the disabled.

The Armenian official, for his part, welcomed establishing Iranian business trade in Armenia and said that the cooperation between the two sides could be effective and positive.

He welcomed the proposal to establish welfare-oriented groups to provide services to women, the homeless and the disabled, as well as to set up a central technical and vocational training center for young people in Armenia.


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