Tehran, July 25, IRNA – Head of a committee in Tehran Chamber of Commerce, Industries, Mines and Agriculture said here on Saturday that during a recent visit of a German delegation of Iran, Iranian private sector called for technical cooperation with Germany.
Mohammad-Reza Najafimanesh, the head of Tehran Chamber's Committee for Facilitating Trade said members of the high-ranking German delegation, too, were willing for technical cooperation with Iran, adding that some individuals in Iran and abroad might create obstacles in the way of expansion of such ties.
'Therefore, the economic activists need to safeguard their achievements and to preserve their achievements from such perils,' he said.
Najafimanesh also referred to the last week's two-day Iran-Europe Conference in Vienna, reiterating it was the first official visit to Europe of the Iranian private sector activists after the Vienna nuclear agreement in which 70 Iranian merchants and manufacturers participated.
Another member of Tehran Chamber, Mahdi Purqazi, said that parallel with increased visits of foreign trade delegations of Iran, it is necessary that an data bank will collect information about the Iranian economic activists so that when such delegations will arrive their visits with people with related activities will be possible.
Managers of 10 top German firms, led by German vice-chancellor visited Iran for three days last week.
Economic delegations from Italy and Spain, are also scheduled to visit Iran to survey the grounds for bilateral economic cooperation.
The Vienna conference on July 23-24 titled 'Iran-Europe Investments and Trade' which was host to Iranian and European officials and economic activists.