Tehran (IP) - Iran's Deputy Foreign Minister for Economic Diplomacy and Slovakia’s Deputy Foreign Minister stressed the need to expand bilateral economic cooperation.

Iran Press/ Iran news: Iran and Slovakia have had friendly and developing relations since the country's establishment in 1993.

During a meeting with Slovakia's Deputy Foreign Minister Ingrid Brocková in Tehran, Deputy Foreign Minister for Economic Diplomacy Mehdi Safari said the two sides could co-operate in energy and petrochemicals, pharmaceutical, and food industries, the development of corona vaccines, new and knowledge-based technologies. 

Slovakia’s Deputy Foreign Minister also expressed hope that holding a joint economic commission would be an essential step in developing trade cooperation between the two countries.


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