Chairman of Polish Chamber of Commerce Andrzy Arendarsk said his country attaches great importance to make investment in Iran.
Banking transactions between Iran and Poland has been possible after implementing the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) between Iran and P5+1, Andrzy Arendarsk said in a meeting with Governor of Iran’s East Azerbaijan Province Esmail Jabbar-Zadeh.
"Iran is one of our 5 priorities for investment,” he said, adding this province is one of our most important options for investment in Iran.
Jabbar-Zadeh , for his part, said, banking ties help facilitate development of commercial relations. "We are ready for inter-banking ties to remove any impediment to commercial and economic exchanges.”
Mining, auto-industry and tourism are major parts of potentials of East Azerbaijan and Poland, he continued.
In relevant remarks in late May, Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif and Polish Prime Minister Beata Szydło in a meeting in Warsaw underlined the need for broadening of mutual cooperation, specially in economic and trade fields.
During a meeting in the Polish capital, Zarif and Szydlo explored avenues for bolstering and reinvigorating bilateral ties.
The Iranian foreign minister pointed to the historical relations between Iran and Poland, and said, "The presence of a large economic delegation accompanying me during the visit to Poland shows the importance that Tehran attaches to establishing ties with Poland's private sector."
Zarif, meantime, called for cooperation between Iran and Poland in areas of nanotechnology, biotechnology, telecommunication, dairy production and auto industry.
"If Iran and Poland establish banking relations and insurance for joint ventures, the two countries can quickly implement their trade agreements," the Iran foreign minister said.
The Polish prime minister, for her part, mentioned Iranians' hospitality for Polish refugees during the Second World War, and said, "Warsaw is keen to enhance all-out ties with Iran."
She reiterated that diversifying the sources of energy and scientific cooperation are on the agenda of her government.
The Polish prime minister also expressed her satisfaction over the presence of an Iranian business delegation in Poland and called for increasing of cooperation with Iran in areas of economy and agriculture.
Iran and Poland signed three cooperation documents on expansion of economic ties during Zarif's stay in Warsaw.