Tehran (IP)- Mohammad Javad Sharifzadeh, Vice President of Banking, Insurance, and State Enterprises of the Ministry of Economy, in a meeting with the Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Economy of the Republic of Tatarstan and his accompanying delegation, emphasized Iran's serious determination to develop economic cooperation with the Russian Republic of Tatarstan.

Iran PressEurope: Mohammad Javad Sharifzadeh said in a joint meeting with Shagiakhmetov: "Our will to develop relations with Russia is serious, and the opening of the new building of the Mir Business Bank branch in Kazan, Republic of Tatarstan is also the reason for this."

Sharifzadeh announced the insistence of the Minister of Economy on trading through the Iran Mercantile Exchange (IME) and added that financial transfers should also be made through Mir Business Bank with the national currencies of the two countries.

Addressing the Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Economy of the Republic of Tatarstan, Sharifzadeh said: As the public sector, we are obliged to support the private sector, so we are very optimistic about the development of cooperation between the two countries and achieving a win-win model.

The deputy prime minister and minister of the economy of the Republic of Tatarstan, for his part, said: the Republic of Tatarstan is one of the important economic sectors of Russia and its financial turnover reaches 65 million dollars.

He announced the desire of Russian President Putin to increase interactions with Muslim countries and stated: Recently, we have held a meeting of the Islamic world in Tatarstan.

Referring to the visit to Iran Khodro and SAIPA companies, Shagiakhmetov highlighted, "Interestingly, both companies have indigenized almost 100% of their products, and today we are looking for the Tatarstan automotive industry and Iranian automotive companies to achieve a common goal and to establish the joint automobile manufacturing of Iran and Russia with the participation of Iran Khodro and SAIPA.


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