Swedish ambassador to Tehran Peter Tejler said on Tuesday that once the economic and industrial projects are introduced, Swedish banks will provide the needed finance for them.
He made the remarks in a meeting with head of Tehran Chamber of Commerce Masoud Khansari.
Tejler said that an organization like the Chamber of Commerce can help Swedish economic and industrial delegations develop better cooperation with Iran.
He said that in the wake of lifting the sanctions on Iran, most of the obstacles on the way of Iran-Sweden banking relations were removed.
The ambassador said that the Swedish companies are ready to return to the Iranian market.
The Iranian official, for his part, said that in the post-sanctions era, Iran is seeking to attract foreign investments and that boosting imports is not on the agenda of Iran.
Referring to the presence of top Swedish brands like Volvo and Scania in the Iranian market, Khansari said that with lifting the sanctions, the two countries can promote bilateral relations.
Tehran Chamber of Commerce can introduce credible Iranian companies for cooperation with Swedish companies, Khansari said.