According to a British embassy press release, the trade delegation from Wales, which arrived on Friday, will be in the country for five days.
The visit is sponsored by Wales Trade International, an entity that has been a major driving force in helping Welsh companies establish themselves overseas and forge business alliances with counterparts worldwide.
WTI offers focused and coordinate support to Welsh companies in order to help them develop their export skills, identify potential trade partners and grasp the many available to them internationally.
Another mission, led by Lamont of Lerwick and Lord Phillips of Sudbury, arrived Sunday from the London-based British Iranian Chamber of Commerce. The mission will also be in Tehran for five days.
During their visit, members of the mission aim to raise the profile of the United Kingdom's trade relations with Iran.
Specifically, they aim to encourage closer commerical and economic relations between the two sides and further UK foreign direct investments (FDIs) in Iran.
The mission also hopes to provide further advice on how to increase Iranian exports to the United Kingdom.
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