Iran to create joint border parks with neighboring countries for export development
Baku, Azerbaijan, March 5
By Elnur Baghishov – Trend:
One of the goals of the Iran Small Industrial and Industrial Parks Organization is to establish joint border parks with neighboring countries to develop export, Mohammed Ali Aziz Mohammadi, deputy chairman of the Iran Small Industrial and Industrial Parks Organization, told reporters at the press-conference in Iran.
Iran has a border with several countries and the creation of joint border parks can play a key role in the development of export, Mohammadi added, Trend reports referring to IRNA.
He added that Turkish investors are interested in intensifying their trade relations with Iran.
Turkish businessmen pay special attention to Iran's East Azerbaijan and West Azerbaijan border provinces. At the same time, some businessmen have created production facilities in the Qazvin industrial park, Mohammadi said.
During the conference, Deputy Director for the Iran Small Industrial and Industrial Parks Organization Fatali Mahammadzadeh said that the representatives of the Iranian corresponding structures, as well as the representatives of the Turkish Ministry of Industry will thoroughly review two industrial parks in the East Azerbaijan province and the Urmia-3 park in West Azerbaijan province.
Though several big Turkish investors have started to operate in the Urmia-3 industrial park, their activity was suspended due to some incidents in Turkey, he said.
The representatives of the Iranian Energy Ministry and Turkish Ministry of Energy and Natural Resources should discuss energy prices, Mahammadzadeh added.