Iran seeks Turkey's commitment to implement trade cooperation

Business Materials 27 July 2011 18:26 (UTC +04:00)

Iran Azerbaijan, Baku, July 27 /Trend/

Iran has demanded that Turkey implement trade and economy agreements, Foreign Trade (Asia & Oceania) General Director Amir Talebis stated Mehr News Agency reported.

"Iran and Turkey seriously pursue resolving trade problems and officials of two countries signed agreement," he said.

Iran aims to fulfills its commitment and expect Turkey to considers our demands, he added.

He predicted by increase of trade turnover between Iran and Turkey the volume will reach $30 billion on 2015.

Iran shares 550 kilometer joint border with turkey while 3 customs offices and 3 joint border markets are active in the region.