Iran, Serbia economies can complement each other

Noting that Serbia has been successful in agriculture and exports of agricultural products, President of Iran Chamber of Commerce, Industries, Mines, and Agriculture (ICCIMA) Gholam Hossein Shafei said that the economies of Iran and Serbia can complement each other.

13 October 2021
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Noting that Serbia has been successful in agriculture and exports of agricultural products, President of Iran Chamber of Commerce, Industries, Mines, and Agriculture (ICCIMA) Gholam Hossein Shafei said that the economies of Iran and Serbia can complement each other.

President of Iran Chamber of Commerce, Industries, Mines, and Agriculture (ICCIMA) Gholam Hossein Shafei meets with Serbia’s ambassador to Tehran Dragan Todorovic in Tehran on October 10, 2021.

Noting that Serbia has been successful in agriculture and exports of agricultural products, President of Iran Chamber of Commerce, Industries, Mines, and Agriculture (ICCIMA) Gholam Hossein Shafei said that the economies of Iran and Serbia can complement each other.

Shafei made the remarks during a meeting in Iran Chamber with Serbia’s ambassador to Tehran Dragan Todorovic.

He said that Serbia is an emerging economy which has continued to grow despite many economic crises.  

Both sides called for resuming a direct flight which used to operate between the two countries for a long time and urged the governments of Iran and Serbia to renew the cancellation of visa requirements for traveling from Iran to Serbia and vice versa.

“Serbian economic regulations are among the progressive laws in the world that have accepted the rules of the European Union; that’s why Iran pays due attention to this country,” the ICCIMA president said.

It is possible for both countries to cooperate in tourism, Shafei said, adding that Iran has made good progress in the mining sector which can be seen as a good ground for cooperation between the two countries.

Referring to the markets of the countries around Iran and Serbia, he urged both Tehran and Belgrade to make joint investments to meet the needs of nearby countries.

The Serbian ambassador, for his part, referred to his recent visits to Iranian cities of Isfahan, Qazvin and Ahvaz and said that Iran and Serbia have many interests in common that have to be used to establish beneficial economic relations.

Todorovic proposed that Iran and Serbia need to set up a joint chamber of commerce or at least a joint commercial committee that was welcomed by the president of Iran Chamber of Commerce.

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