The value of trade transactions between Iran and Turkey has considerably increased during the last three years, an Iranian official said on Sunday.
“The value of trade transactions between Iran and Turkey has risen by more than four or five times compared to three years ago, urging the two countries’ officials to target $30 billion in their trade relations,” Iran’s East Azarbaijan Governor-General Ahmad Alirezabeigi said addressing a meeting of Iran-Turkey Joint Trade Council today.
As regards issues discussed in Iran-Turkey Joint Trade Council, the Iranian governor-general said, “A comparison between the issues and problems discussed in this and the last meeting which was held in Ankara shows that the two countries have removed many problems.”
More than 100 Iranian and Turkish businessmen and traders discussed issues of mutual interest in the Trade Council meeting today.
Turkish Deputy Development Minister Mohammad Jaylan also participated in the meeting.