|Increasing Cooperation between Iran and Turkey by Joint Venture of Power, Oil and Gas|
|Written by public relations Dept./Gh|
|Wednesday, 23 May 2012 12:09|
In the meeting of the President of Turkey-Iran Trade Council with ICCIMA's Head was brought forth for discussion the proposal of joint venture between two countries in the field of power, oil and Gas.According to the report of ICCIMA's Public Relations, Mohammad Nahavandian, Iran Chamber's Head said: "since Iran and Turkey are two brothers on a religion. They should not let the economic issues are affected by the political ones and they should continue more strength their common way."
Pointing to the first rank of Iranian Companies in terms of registered companies in Turkey, Iran Chamber's Head emphasized: "Iran keeps its promise based upon the investing in Turkey so Turkey can solve its deficit of external balance problem through the transactions with its neighboring countries."
Nahavandian was considered the failed banking relations despite of the increasing of trade relations between two countries and said: "a fair agreement can solve the problems of banking and transportation through joint venture on ports and the establishment of transportation companies."
Nahavandian informed Iran Chamber's readiness for providing more facilities and proposed it to Turkish side.
He added: "it is possible to do joint venture between two countries in the fields of power, oil and gas especially on power lines that Turkey has a low capacity of it."
Stating that the existing conditions are best time for reducing tariffs, he emphasized: "ECOTA agreement should implement as soon as possible."
Nahavandian requested the related authorities of two countries to observe the equality between two sides in the case of fuel problem of transportation.
Ali Osman Ulusoy, the president of Turkey-Iran trade council pointed to the goal of increasing trade relations and the important role of private sector particularly the joint trade council of two countries and explained: "it should be a serious look to council and Iran Chamber will act as the ambassador between two countries."
He continued: "Turkey-Iran Trade council has reminded the problems of transportation' fuel and other ones to related governmental sectors."
Pointing to the transportation problem between two countries, Kammi, the secretary of Iran-Turkey trade council said: "we request Turkey deal with balanced in providing fuel."
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