Iran Central Bank chief to arrive in Moscow
Head of Iran's Central Bank is expected to arrive in the Russian capital on Wednesday to seek implementation of the agreements reached in the latest visit of the Russian President Vladimir Putin to Tehran, IRNA reports.
Abdolnaser Hemmati is scheduled to meet and talk with his Russian counterpart and other senior officials during his stay in the country.
Follow-up talks regarding the agreements of the 14th meeting of Iran-Russia committee of economic cooperation that was held in March this year will be among other topics that will be discussed by the head of the Iranian Central Bank and Russian officials.
During the meetings other issues, including sharing experiences in countering money laundering, financing terrorism, as well as banking cooperation will be addressed as well.