Headed by Deputy of Czech
ministry of Industry and trade the delegation met with some members of Board of
Representatives of Tehran chamber of commerce. Also some officials from Czech
Republic foreign ministry have been presented at the delegation.
Czech Ambassador to Tehran, Stephen Chomba, at the meeting, expressed
willingness and readiness of Czech companies to work with Iran, and stated that
the trade delegation of the country during several days in Iran, negotiated
with Iran's large, small and medium-sized enterprises As well as some
Yan Cavan, the head of
the Iran- Czech join chamber, also pointed out that the Czech delegation to
Tehran to expand its economic relations with Iran, noted that in addition to
the development of interconnections in the industrial and mineral areas, in the
tourism sector there are many opportunities for this cooperation.
Seyed Mohamad Atabak,
Deputy of TCCIMA described Iranian economy as a potential for expanding
relations so a good destination for investment. Metals and Mineral sectors of
Iran according to him has convenient domain to investment he said. Atabak
announced the readiness of the Tehran Chamber to identify and introduce
companies working with the Czech Republic and to help improve the trade
relations between the two countries.
Also, Freyal Mostofi, a
member of the TCCIMA’s representatives and head of the Tehran chamber’s
Investment Investment Advisory Services Center provided explanations about the
non-implementation of INSTEX after several months of signing, and called for
the establishment of special committees between the two countries to examine
ways to revive the banking interconnection between the two parts.