Iran, Tunisia Ink Agreement on Trade Cooperation

A02582632.jpgTEHRAN (Fars News Agency)- Iran and Tunisia expanded cooperation in economic areas after the two countries’ commerce ministers signed an agreement for enhancing mutual trade cooperation on Tuesday.

The agreement, endorsed by Trade and Handicrafts Minister Mondher Zenaidi on behalf of Tunisia and Commerce Minister Masoud Mir-Kazemi on the side of Iran, stresses bolstering of economic cooperation and consolidation of relations between the two countries.

Also during the meeting, the Iranian minister said that talks between the two countries’ experts and cooperation for the implementation of a preferable tariff system would pave the ground for the enhanced activity of the two states’ private sectors.

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