Czech FM arrives in Isfahan
Czech Foreign Minister Lubomír Zaorálek, heading a high-ranking economic delegation, arrived in Isfahan International Airport on Friday, IRNA reported.
Zaorálek, heading a 70-member delegation comprising Czech businessmen and economic activists, was welcomed by Isfahan Governor General and other provincial officials.
The Czech delegation comprises directors of 48 companies, including aircraft manufacturing, tourism and traveling, pharmaceuticals, transportation, drilling and oil exploration, mining, power plant and railway firms.
About a year ago, in September 2014, members of the Czech Chamber of Commerce and Industries in a meeting with Iranian Deputy Foreign Minister Majid Takht Ravanchi in Prague voiced their willingness to increase the level of their cooperation with Iran.
'We are willing and fully prepared to ensure broader cooperation with Iran in all trade and industrial fields,' the Czech Chamber of Commerce officials said during the meeting in the Czech capital.
Takht Ravanchi, for his part, pointed to the current Iran-Czech relations, and said, 'The two countries' top officials are strongly willing and determined to revive the good past relation.'
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