Italy after more trade relations with Iran

Italy after more trade relations with Iran

TEHRAN, Jul. 26 (MNA) – Director of Fiera Milano International SpA Pietro Piccinetti announced the upcoming planning for the expansion of trade relations with Iran, adding Iranian goods will be displayed in Rome.

Director of Fiera Milano International SpA Pietro Piccinetti announced the upcoming planning for the expansion of trade relations with Iran, adding Iranian goods will be displayed in Rome.

Speaking during a press briefing on Tuesday, Piccinetti pointed to the growing trend in Iran and Italy’s trade relations and said “the two countries are determined to expand their trade relations; the first specialized exhibition of Islamic Republic of Iran will be held in Rome based on a memorandum of understanding signed accordingly.”

Italian official added that economic and trade cooperation between the two countries is on the agenda of both countries and we look forward to significant improvements in this respect over the coming months.

He underlined that Iran and Italy enjoy an old history of relations, and Italy highly regards the future of Iran’s economy.

Iran’s first specialized exhibition is scheduled to be held in Italy displaying various commodity groups in the field of food, machinery and related equipment, building stones, building materials, appliances, flooring, carpeting, carpet and carpet tableau, he asserted.

Technical Deputy of Iran International Exhibitions Company (IIEC) Seyed Hossein Mirzaee, for his part, said Iran’s industrial production, engineering and technical services are to be introduced at the fair which is the largest trade event in the past twenty years, and an opportunity for Iran to develop export and trade in Europe.

He added that according to the original agreement, Iranian goods will be displayed in the space of two thousand meters in Rome to provide grounds and joint venture for their export to Italy’s market.

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