The 12th Iran-Belarus Commission will be held in March, said the minister of industries, mines and trade.
In a meeting with Belarus Foreign Minister Vladimir Makei, Mohammad Reza Nematzadeh said the two countries have favorable political relations.
He called for further improvement in bilateral economic, trade and industrial ties.
Nematzadeh noted that the two sides aim to study the improvement of economic cooperation and devise strategies to bolster trade relations.
“Tehran is ready to promote cooperation with Minsk in areas such as standardization, bourse, exports of techno-engineering services and holding exhibitions and providing related services,” he said.
Makei, for his part, said Iran and Belarus have a long history of favorable cooperation.
“The two countries can further expand economic ties,” he said.
Iran and Belarus have developed good relations in recent years, particularly in economic and trade sectors, and signed a number of agreements to shore up bilateral relations.
In 2010, Iran inaugurated a large copper wire factory and the second phase of a Samand car assembly line in Belarus.