Iran’s Parliament speaker says the Islamic Republic and South Korea have great potentials for investment and job creation, and both are interested in expanding their trade cooperation.
The Iranian parliament speaker has called for closer cooperation between Tehran and Seoul in the field of bilateral investment, reports ICANA.
Ali Larijani told reporters that he held meetings with South Korea’s prime minister and parliament speaker where closer cooperation between the two sides was discussed.
“In the talks that I had, I said diverse areas exist for investment; we had serious discussions on some areas to boost mutual cooperation,” said the Iranian speaker.
He expressed hope that there will be more potentialities for investment and job creation in the future.
The South Korean parliament speaker, in turn, said relations between the two governments are important, and added that good results will be achieved if parliaments of Iran and South Korea have good relations with one another.
Larijani has been in South Korea since Monday to attend the second Meeting of Parliament Speakers of Eurasian Countries.