A high-ranking Slovakian delegation is going to visit Iran.
In a meeting between Iranian ambassador to Slovakia Ebadollah Molaei and Slovak Deputy Prime Minister Peter Pellegrini, the two sides discussed the landscape of bilateral economic, commercial and banking ties.
They also stressed reforming a joint economic commission and said that it would act as an appropriate and useful framework for advancing economic cooperation between the two countries.
Molaei, highlighted efficient role and presence of private sectors in bilateral economic exchanges, and called for boosting financial and banking facilities to widen bilateral economic cooperation.
Pellegrini said, "The Islamic Republic of Iran is an important country for the EU and we are willing to develop cooperation and interactions with Iran in fields of mutual interests.”
The delegation is going to be led by Pellegrini.