Ukrainian acting Minister of Agrarian Policy and Food Maxim Martynyuk has called for more trade relations with Iran in various spheres, particularly between the food industries.
Martynyuk, at a meeting with Iran’s Ambassador to Kiev Mohammad Beheshti, said that Ukraine saw Iran not only as an important partner, but also as a main regional country.
The Iranian ambassador, for his part, presented a report on the bilateral ties between the two nations in various fields.
Beheshti expressed willingness of Tehran to form a joint working group for agricultural cooperation, signing cooperation agreements, plant preservation and quarantine, livestock health, veterinary medicine, as well as creation of a joint investment committee. (Trend/Business World Magazine)
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