In a meeting with Mohammad Khazaei, Deputy Minister and President of the Organization for Investment, Economic and Technical Assistance of Iran, the Norwegian ambassador to Iran called for developing economic cooperation and removing obstacles.
Norheim Aud Lise expressed the Norwegian private and state sectors’ interest in investing in Iran.
Describing the situation and investment potential in Iran, Khazaei emphasized developing bilateral economic ties in fields such as monetary funds, like the Oil Revenues Stabilization Fund of Norway with the National Development Fund of Iran, pension funds, financial cooperation and banking credit funds, water resource management, fisheries and aquaculture.
Products imported from Norway include electrical and electronic devices, refrigerating system equipment, drugs and medical devices, paper, ship engines and fish.
Iran exported oil, chemical products, semi-finished materials, steel products, dried fruit and carpets to Norway.