A major Chinese agricultural firm has penned a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with a leading Iranian engineering company in a bid to boost cooperation between the two countries in the field of agriculture, a report said.
Iranian President Rouhani said Iranians from all religions, sects and races are branches of one tree, called Islamic Iran.
Iran and the German Federal State of Sachsen will develop their cooperation in specialized agriculture, and jointly invest in processing and supplementary industries.
An official said Iran exported more than 10 tons of saffron, worth $15m dollars, in the first month of the current Iranian year (March 20-April 19, 2016).
Yemeni insect control experts and the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) have recently warned that the outbreak of locusts in the Arab country might reach neighbouring states, including Iran.
A Danish manager said Iran could increase its share in the global market by exporting dates and nuts, it was announced on Monday May 6.
Minister of Environment and Agriculture in the Saxony State of Germany Thomas Schmidth said his country will invest in the modernization of agricultural sector in Iran.
Iran is reportedly looking to lease land in Kenya, Uganda and Tanzania for large-scale food production to serve local and export markets.
Iran’s specialized exhibition of high-quality foodstuffs will be held in Russia in late April 2016.
Iran has marked what is celebrated at home as a landmark achievement to attain self-sufficiency in production of wheat.