Iran’s ambassador to the Hague has expressed readiness of different economic sectors in Iran to attract investment and modern technologies.
Addressing a trade meeting dubbed ‘Road to Iran’ that was held in the Netherlands, Ali Reza Jahangiri said the Islamic Republic of Iran has tried to create a proper atmosphere for attraction of foreign investment and technologies.
‘Road to Iran’ trade meeting was held in participation with directors of Dutch companies as well as business people of this country.
Jahangiri elaborated on Iran’s strategic position in the region and described it as a big country which exports energy and has a good transit situation that plays a leading role in the North–South Transport Corridor which is a sea, rail, and road route for exchange of goods between India, Russia, Iran, Europe and Central Asia.
Stressing that security is the basis for any economic activities, Jahangiri said foreign investors can be present in Iran with no trouble as the country enjoys high security.
The Iranian diplomat also talked about the increase in exchange between Tehran and Amsterdam in recent months after implementation of the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) in January, stressing that the increase is an indication of willingness of the two countries to develop cooperation.