Iran, Turkey Agree to Enhance Trade, Financial Cooperation
TEHRAN, Sept. 9 (Xinhua) -- Iran and Turkey have agreed to expand their trade and banking cooperation, chief of staff of the Iranian president said on Wednesday.
Iran and Turkey have signed "very good" business cooperation documents, and they need to "develop their relations in the banking sector as soon as possible," said Mahmoud Vaezi.
"We discussed the formation of a joint committee to support Iranian and Turkish companies and mutual investments. We weighed in on rail and road transportation and transit," Vaezi said, adding that "we reached good agreements on cooperation at borders as well as increasing the number of trucks" permitted to cross the borders.
The two neighbors, furthermore, reviewed their cooperation on energy fields as well as the exports of Iran's natural gas and petrochemical products to Turkey, he added.