The director of a Russian company urged Russian companies to try hard not to miss Iranian post-sanctions market.
Speaking in a conference called ‘post-sanctions Iran and its prospects for Russian economic circles’, Kril Gromov said that Russian companies should get a share in Iran’s market in 6-9 months.
Meanwhile, Olga Rozina, an expert with the Herbert Smith Freehills Company, said in the same gathering, that Iran is regarded as an important market in the Middle East.
She said that the Ministry of Road and Urban Development of Iran expects $26b foreign investment to be used in infrastructural projects.
Iranian ambassador to Russia, Mahdi Sanaie was also present in the conference.
He explained briefed the participants on Iran’s current situation, potentials and opportunities.
Sanaie voiced Tehran’s readiness to develop diplomatic, economic and cultural ties with all world countries.
He added that Iran has a great economic potential and capacity for cooperating with other countries in the fields of strategic agricultural products, mines, industries, tourism, etc.
On the development of Iran-Russia relations, he expressed hope that Russian merchants and investors would take advantage of the present opportunity in Iran to follow their common goals with their Iranian counterparts.