Representatives of 100 Czech companies and their Iranian counterparts in Prague on Monday held face to face talks for business cooperation.
During the meetings, Iranian and Czech businessmen explored avenues for promoting cooperation in the fields of industry, mines, energy, tourism, agriculture, investment, and banking.
The 30-member Iranian delegation, comprising Iranian business people, arrived in Czech Republic on Sunday to attend the Iran-Czech Joint Economic Commission session, which opened in Prague on Monday.
Head of Tehran Chamber of Commerce, Industries, Mines and Agriculture and Head of the Iranian delegation Masoud Khansari is scheduled to confer with his Czech counterpart Vladimir Dlouhi and Head of Industries Confederation Yaroslav Hanak.
Following Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), the number of economic delegations arriving in Iran has increased remarkably, said Khansari.
He added that Iran has hosted over 200 foreign delegations after the implementation of the nuclear deal.
The two countries’ trade volume reached 59.139 million dollars in the past months, showing 25 percent increase compared to the figure in the corresponding period last year.
Iranian economic delegation will leave Czech Republic for Denmark later.