Iran is keen to bolster all-out relations with Ghana particularly in agricultural fields, Minister of Agriculture Jihad Mahmoud Hojjati said on Tuesday.
He told the opening ceremony of the fifth Iran–Ghana Joint Commission session which was held in Tehran in the presence of visiting Ghana’s Minister of State for Public-Private Partnerships, Abdul Rashid Hassan Pelpuo.
Hojjati noted that expansion of relations with African countries is a priority of Iran’s foreign policy.
He further voiced Iran’s readiness to transfer its experiences to African developing nations in particular Ghana, he added.
The Iranian minister asserted that Iran hopes to finalize several trade agreements in today’s session.
The fifth Iran–Ghana Joint Commission session kicked off here on Tuesday.
Experts of Iran and Ghana on Monday discussed grounds for cooperation in the areas of agriculture, environment, education, culture and youth related issues.