A delegation from Romanian Province of Bacau met with Iran’s Ambassador to Bucharest, Hamid Moayer, on Thursday and voiced interest to promote trade with Iran.
In the meeting, President of the Bacau County Board, Sorin Brasoveanu, and Head of provincial Chamber of Commerce, Douro Simovic, as well as a group of trade and economic activists from the province called for expansion of cooperation in the fields of culture and economy.
The two sides also emphasized refinery cooperation, regional development and more exchange of visits by their trade activists.
Simovic talked about capacities of the Bacau County in the fields of agriculture, food industry, construction, tourism transportation, oil, petrochemicals, wood industry and machineries.
Moayer welcomed expansion of provincial cooperation with Bacau County and said exchange of trade delegations and holding talk about oil cooperation and technical experts’ visit are appropriate grounds for development of provincial cooperation between the two countries.
Moayer said during his recent visit to Bacau, universities of the county had expressed readiness to cooperate with Iranian universities.
Bacau is one of the largest provinces of Romania, which used to have good economic relations with Iran in the past, especially in the fields of oil, culture and sports.