Expanding trade with Africa priority of Iran’s foreign policy
Iran’s First Vice President said that developing trade and economic relations with African countries is top priority in the Iranian foreign policy.
Mohammad Mokhber made the remarks in his meeting with visiting Ghana's Minister for Tourism, Arts and Culture Ibrahim Mohammed Awal, who chairs Iran-Ghana Joint Cooperation Commission, in Tehran on Wednesday.
Mokhber said that volume of economic relations between Iran and Ghana should be increased.
Tehran welcomes expansion of all-out relations with Accra, he said, stating that a new chapter has opened in Iran’s relations with African countries, including Ghana.
Elsewhere in his remarks, stressed that Iran is ready to have a wider presence in that African country given the potential of Ghana in the field of agriculture and technical engineering services.
Ghana's minister emphasized that increase in volume of trade and economic relations with Iran is of paramount importance, adding that Ghana’s government is ready to make its utmost effort for strengthening and expanding cooperation with Iran.