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Iran and Serbia discuss boosting energy ties

Iran and Serbia discussed expansion of relations in energy sector.

Iran and Serbia discuss boosting energy ties


Iran and Serbia discussed expansion of relations in energy sector, Iranian media reported on December 10, 2017.

During his 1-day visit to Belgrade, Mojtaba Khosrotaj, head of Iran’s Trade Promotion Organization (TPO), held meetings with Serbian Minister of Mining and Energy Aleksandar Antic.

«Iran can play a major role in meeting Serbia’s demand for gas,» the Serbian minister of mining and energy said in his meeting with TPO head.

Antic also referred to his country’s rich resources of gold, copper, zinc, coal and lithium and announced readiness to cooperate with Iran on discovery, extraction and processing industries.

Khosrotaj, for his part, noted that the 2 sides can boost bilateral trade in the mining industry as well.

In his meeting with Serbia’s state secretary of trade, the TPO head announced that the 15th meeting of the Iran-Serbia joint economic committee will be held in Belgrade in the near future.

In this meeting, Khosrotaj also stressed the need for establishing direct flights between the 2 countries, signing free trade agreements and developing trade ties as well.


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