Iranian ambassador ends his mission in Uzbekistan
Uzbekistan, Tashkent, July 19 / Trend, D. Azizov /
Uzbek Foreign Ministry's leadership received Iranian Ambassador to the country, Mohammad Mohammad Keshavarzzade due to completion of his diplomatic mission in the country on Wednesday, the Foreign Ministry said.
During the meeting the Uzbek side stressed the Ambassador's consistent efforts to strengthen the Uzbek-Iranian relations.
The sides also exchanged views on trade and economic cooperation.
Keshavarzzade expressed his gratitude for support in its diplomatic mission in Uzbekistan.
Uzbek-Iranian economic relations are based on the principles of mutually beneficial cooperation.
The Uzbek-Iranian economic relations are based on principles of mutually beneficial cooperation. So far, Uzbekistan and Iran have signed over 30 intergovernmental and interagency agreements that define the principles and directions of bilateral cooperation.
In particular, trade and economic ties between the countries are regulated by agreements "On trade and economic cooperation," "On mutual promotion and protection of investments", "On avoidance of double taxation and exchange of information with respect to taxes on income and capital", as well as a number of intergovernmental memoranda.
There are over 120 joint Iranian-Uzbek companies in Uzbekistan - 20 were established with 100-percent Iranian capital.