Tehran (IP) – Iranian Deputy Minister of Industry Alireza Payman-Pak and Deputy Minister of Industry of Belarus Dmitry Kharitonchik on Tuesday underlined expanding trade relations and implementing joint production lines for industrial productions.

Iran PressIran News: During the meeting, the two sides discussed ways to develop trade ties and set up joint production lines for various industries, including the automobile industry, home appliances, and medical equipment.

Alireza Payman-Pak underlined Iran’s readiness for launching joint auto and home appliances production lines and said: “In trade exchanges, it is important that balance of trade between the two countries grow proportionally and in this field, the bartering goods is helpful.”

He announced Iran’s readiness for transiting Belarusian goods through North-South Corridor.

The Iranian official pointed out that during a trip to Belarus in the coming days, an Iranian business delegation, including representatives of industrial companies, would hold bilateral meetings with the directors of Belarusian companies to further cement ties in relevant fields.

For his part, the Belarusian deputy minister of industry referred to Iran’s helpful economic development experiences and stated that Belarus must take advantage of Iran’s high experience.

He appreciated Iranian officials for transferring their experiences to the Belarusian side.

Dmitry Kharitonchik stressed expanding cooperation in producing light- and heavy- vehicles jointly with Iranian companies and announced Belarus’ readiness to clinch a bartering deal with Iran.


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