Iran urged to invest in Bolivia

Bolivian Ambassador to Tehran Romina Guadalupe on Wednesday called for Iran’s investment in Bolivia’s health sector as well as mining, gas and petrochemical projects of the country.

20 October 2021
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Bolivian Ambassador to Tehran Romina Guadalupe on Wednesday called for Iran’s investment in Bolivia’s health sector as well as mining, gas and petrochemical projects of the country.  

The ambassador made the remarks during a meeting in Tehran with President of Iran Chamber of Commerce, Industries, Mine, and Agriculture (ICCIMA) Gholam Hossein Shafei.

She hailed Iran’s health and medical capabilities, particularly in cancer treatment, calling for Iran’s health investment in the country.   

Speaking during the meeting, the president of Iran Chamber of Commerce said that mining industry is a proper ground for cooperation between the two countries.

Shafei also said that agricultural sector of Iran and Bolivia can complement each other and implement joint projects in this area.

Referring to satisfactory political relations between the two countries, he said that Iran and Bolivia also need to improve economic and trade relations.

In the meantime, the Bolivian ambassador said that her country has plans to turn into an energy hub in the region, noting that Iranian investors can participate in these projects.

Guadalupe also said that Bolivia is capable to export meat to Iran. She, however, referred to the lack of Halal standard in the country, calling on the investment of Iranian businesspersons.

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