Poland ready for joint investment with Iran, Polish Deputy Minister

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Deputy Development Minister of Poland Radoslaw Domagalski Sunday evening voiced his country’s readiness to expand joint investment in Khorassan Razavi Province.

He made the remark in a meeting with Khorassan Razavi Governor General Alireza Rashidian.
Domagalski, who arrived here Saturday heading an economic delegation, added that investors from the province are also welcome in his country.
Referring to historical ties between the two nations, he laid emphasis on expansion of economic relations and upgrading of the level of mutual cultural exchanges.
He said that during his visit, expansion of relations and economic interactions will be followed up both with Tehran and other Iranian provinces including Khorassan Razavi.
Domagalski added that Khorassan Razavi and its provincial capital are among the largest industrial centers in Iran with appropriate rail, air and road infrastructure.
The deputy minister noted that Warsaw is ready to make investment in Iran and in return welcomes Iranian investors in general and those of Khorassan in particular.
Referring to Poland’s potentials in the areas of foodstuff industries and machinery including car manufacturing and agriculture, he voiced his country’s readiness for joint cooperation.
Stressing promotion of cooperation with Poland, Khorassan Razavi Governor General said bilateral economic, commercial, agricultural and industrial relations can serve as a good source for more desirable relations.
Rashidian referred to the considerable potential of the province in the field of technical and engineering services export with regards to the needs of the Central Asian and Afghan markets and stressed bilateral cooperation in this field.
He said the two countries can expand their cooperation in cultural and university fields thanks to the existence of 320 university units and 350,000 students in the province.

Turning to the need for improvement of irrigation systems, harvest patterns and processing of products, he said these serve as grounds for using Polish technology and capabilities.

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