The first Iran trade center has opened in Moscow Russia as a step to accelerate trade, said the head of Iran Trade Promotion Organization Alireza Peyman Pak, Trend reports citing IRNA.
The center will be a venue for signing the cooperation agreements, holding exhibitions and meetings of Iranian and Russian businessmen, and providing insurance, and customs consultation, he said during the inauguration ceremony.
He went on to say that the Iranian trade center will expand cooperation between Iran, Russia and Eurasian countries. The launch of the center is a step to achieve $8 billion in Iran’s trade outlook in the next two years.
The center will facilitate trade between Iran and Russia on oil and gas equipment, transportation engineering products, auto making, electronics, energy facilities, agriculture, food industry, pharmaceuticals and construction.