Luxembourg Foreign Minister Jean Asselborn said his country is willing to sign Avoidance of Double Taxation Agreement (DTA) with Iran.
In a meeting with his Iranian counterpart, Mohammad-Javad Zarif here in Tehran, he expressed willingness of Luxembourg for signing the deal with Iran, and starting bilateral talks on aerial transport in case grounds are provided.
He said that Iran and Luxembourg are going to sign a MoU in investment during his visit.
He said his country is also keen to expand bilateral ties with Iran in economic sectors, IT, data processing and banking.
Zarif, for his part, stressed the Islamic Republic of Iran’s willingness for developing bilateral ties with the EU members, and said, "The expected landscape for boosting bilateral ties between
Iran and European countries appeared after the JCPOA.”
He also said Iran is set for banking cooperation with Luxembourg.