Experts to agree on Moscow-Tehran cooperation
Baku, Azerbaijan, Nov. 20
The Russian and Iranian experts will agree on a list of projects and the amount of investments by late 2015 to be used as part of the recent memorandum on the development of cooperation between Moscow's and Tehran's city administrations, Mohammad Bagher-Ghalibaf, the mayor of Tehran, said in an interview with RIA Novosti.
"We hope that we will be able to develop cooperation and urban governance after signing a memorandum with Moscow's city administration," he said. "The document was signed for three years. We have agreed that each year we will implement specific projects from 2016."
The memorandum did not include the figures and parameters. The sides determined the areas for developing the cooperation, namely, urban planning, development of tourism, transport and so on.
"We have agreed that we will create an expert working group in the coming two months," he said.
The joint projects in the sphere of tourism, culture and technology cooperation will be the priority in 2016.