Czech Deputy FM in Iran to Discuss Economic Ties
TEHRAN (Tasnim) – Czech Deputy Foreign Minister Martin Tlapa is to arrive in the Iranian capital of Tehran on Saturday to hold economic talks with Iranian officials.
Tlapa is heading a trade delegation comprising representatives of 20 Czech companies.
The mission’s visit to Iran, which has been organized by the Czech Chamber of Commerce, will last until September 17. It is aimed at establishing trade contacts with the Iranian market, Prague Post reported.
Earlier on September 3, Tlapa in a meeting with Iran’s Deputy Foreign Minister for American and European Affairs Majid Takht Ravanchi had announced that a delegation of 20 companies and business people would head to Tehran on September 13 in an attempt to improve bilateral economic ties.
Representatives from auto manufacturers such as Skoda Auto, Tatra, Skoda Transportation as well as textile manufacturers will be in the business delegation, said the Czech official.
During the meeting, the Iranian deputy foreign minister also said economic relations with the Czech Republic is crucially important for the Islamic Republic.