Tehran (IP) - Iran's Economy Minister, Ehsan Khandouzi, expressed optimism about the future relationship between Iran and China, stating that positive outcomes are on the horizon.

Iran PressIran news: In a tweet, Khandouzi noted that the Iran-China Joint Cooperation Commission had been held after a 4-and-a-half-year gap.

He mentioned that the agreements made during the visit of the President of Iran to Beijing in March will be implemented through joint plans.

"With the constructive atmosphere of the commission, we will soon witness positive events in business and investment," added the minister.

Over the past years, Iran and China have expanded their relations in three key areas: political-economic, security-defense, and geopolitical-strategic.

Signing a 25-year strategic document was a crucial step toward completing this process.

Iran's Minister of Economic Affairs and Finance, Ehsan Khandouzi, recently traveled to Beijing to participate in the Iran-China Joint Commission.


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