Iran and Slovenia are scheduled to sign three cooperation agreements tomorrow in presence of Slovenian President Borut Pahor, according to President of Slovenia Chamber of Commerce Samo Hribar Milic.
Milic made the remarks in a meeting with Vice-Chairman of Iran Chamber of Commerce Pedram Soltani.
He said that lack of banking relations with Slovenia is the reason for the low level of trade and economic cooperation between the two countries.
Underlining the significant role of Iran in regional developments, Milic said that the two countries can serve as gates for the big markets of the Middle East and Europe.
The Iranian official, for his part, said that a visit to Tehran by Slovenian president accompanied by 50-member delegation is indicative of the country’s interest in expansion of economic ties with Iran.
Noting that the Slovenian embassy in Tehran is due to reopen on Wednesday, Soltani said that the embassy would help link economic sectors of Iran and Slovenia.