News ID: 279823
Published: 0640 GMT January 23, 2021

Iran, Armenia to set up technology exchange center

Iran, Armenia to set up technology exchange center

Heads of a number of Iranian and Armenian small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) on Saturday discussed establishment of a technology exchange center.

During the meeting, both sides also shared views on ways of promoting cooperation between the two countries' small and medium-size enterprises and the areas of cooperation between the two sides, IRNA reported.

Kerobyan arrived in Tehran on Friday to discuss the expansion of trade relations between the two countries.

The Armenian delegation’s visit to Tehran comes as the country is planning to replace Turkish commodities with Iranian products in its markets following political conflicts with its Turk neighbor.

The CEO of Iran Small Industries and Industrial Towns Organization Ali Rasoulian hailed close relationship between the Iranian and Armenian people as well as the great opportunities for collaboration between the two countries, stressing the need for developing mutual cooperation and holding exhibitions by the Iranian and Armenian firms in Tehran and Yerevan.

Referring to his organization's experiences in creating and developing infrastructure in industrial towns and areas, as well as indigenizing of developing small and medium industries, he voiced readiness for providing technical services and sharing experiences with Armenia.

Head of Armenian Center for Investment and Supporting Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises Levon Ohansyan, for his part, expressed pleasure his visit to Iran, as a friendly and neighboring states, and explained the center's programs and activities.

Iran’s preferential trade agreement with the Eurasian Economic Union (EAEU) and the recent developments in the region has changed the prospect of the country’s trade relations with Armenia, paving the way for a boost in economic relations between the two sides.

Resource: IRNA
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