Slovak Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Finance Peter Kazimir said that the nuclear agreement between Iran and world powers lifted impediments on the road to Tehran’s trade relations and opened a new phase and transparent season in its international relations.
‘We are among the first European officials who are in Iran in such an important juncture and we are ready to enhance bilateral relation,’ he said in a meeting with governor general of Khorasan Razavi province Alireza Rashidian here on Sunday.
Heading a forty-member delegation, the visiting Czech official said Iran can be an alternative supplier of gas to his country.
‘There are measures underway to increase trade and economic exchanges and bilateral relations to an acceptable level,’ he added.
Rashidian introduced tourism, agriculture, mining, transit, car-making and investment opportunities in the Khorasan Razavi province.
‘The 400-million people market around Iran and the province can serve as the ground for joint investment,’ he said.