Yerevan, July 20, IRNA - Iran and Armenia signed the Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) of their Seventh Joint Economic Commission here Friday.
The MoU was signed by the two countries' heads of Commission, the Iranian Foreign Minister Manouchehr Mottaki and the Armenian Energy Minister Armen Movsisyan.
According to IRNA's dispatched reporter to Yerevan, also an MoU for cooperation in tourism was signed by Managing Director of Iranian Foreign Ministry's Economic Cooperation Office and Deputy Armenian Commerce and Economic Development Minister.
The two heads of the Joint Economic Commission also signed a third MoU aimed at boosting cooperation between the two countries' contractors in pursuing technical and industrial projects.
Iran's Foreign Minister Manouchehr Mottaki arrived here on Thursday evening to attend the ministerial meeting of the two countries' Joint Economic Commission atop an economic and political delegation.
Mottaki urges promotion of Tehran-Yerevan economic cooperation
Iran's visiting Foreign Minister Manouchehr Mottaki said here on Friday there are new horizons for growing economic relations and cooperation between Iran and Armenia.
Mottaki, who is here to attend the Seventh Tehran-Yerevan Joint Economic Cooperation Commission session as head of the Iranian side, made the remark in a meeting with his Armenian counterpart Wartan Oskanian.
He said Tehran-Yerevan ties have attained remarkable growth over recent years.
Oskanian for his part termed the seventh Commission session as a move for stronger bilateral ties.
Iran-Armenia transactions exceeds dlrs 200 million presently.
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