Industry sector

Iran and Belarus negotiate collaboration in the industrial sector

(MENAFN) At a conference between the head of Iran’s Trade Promotion Organization (TPO) and Belarusian Deputy Industry Minister Haritonchik Dmitry Ivanovich, the two sides on Tuesday discussed areas of joint collaboration as well than in the industrial sector.

According to the TPO portal, the two sides highlighted the start of shared production lines in many industries such as cars, home appliances, medical tools and computers.

Speaking at the conference, Ivanovich mentioned Iran’s experiences in financially improving sanction conditions and said, “We should use Iran’s experiences and thank the Iranian authorities for providing us with their experiences.

Referring to his trip to some Iranian factories and production plants, the official said: “Iran’s ability to produce cutting-edge medicines is incredible, and when I return to Belarus, I will definitely tell the health authorities about this ability. so that they can also visit Iran. and explore avenues of cooperation.

He also highlighted the improvement of a barter mechanism between the two nations and affirmed, “In the field of barter, we are ready to start the process with several products and, if necessary, to modify certain regulations to facilitate the trade. process”.


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