Minister of Industry, Mine and Trade Mohammad Reza Nematzadeh called for removal of obstacles to way of Tehran-Berlin activities.
Nematzadeh made the remarks during a meeting with his German counterpart.
The meeting was held on the sidelines of the tenth World Trade Organization (WTO) Ministerial Conference in Kenya on December 17.
Nematzadeh, in the meeting, hoped Iran and Germany would cooperate in different joint projects.
Referring to the talks between Iran and the six world powers, including Germany, that led to the July 14 nuclear agreement, Nematzadeh said Iran has entered new conditions after that.
Under the current conditions, Iran is seeking resumption of cordial bilateral ties with different world countries.
Today, it is time for accelerating process of accepting Iran as a member of the WTO.
Iran is ready to receive the German side’s proposals for joint cooperation.