Banking relations between Iran and Turkey go back to normal

Iran’s Ambassadorto Turkey Ali-Reza Bigdeli announced banking relations between the two countries go back to normal and Bank Mellat will resume its operations in Turkey with opening of three branches in Ankara, Istanbul and Azmir. “Resuming of banking relations between Iran and Turkey was announced today in a meeting with central bank Governor Erdem Başçı,” […]

Iran’s Ambassadorto Turkey Ali-Reza Bigdeli announced banking relations between the two countries go back to normal and Bank Mellat will resume its operations in Turkey with opening of three branches in Ankara, Istanbul and Azmir.

“Resuming of banking relations between Iran and Turkey was announced today in a meeting with central bank Governor Erdem Başçı,” Ali-Reza Bigdeli posted in his Facebook page.

Iran’s Ambassadorto Turkey also said an agreement to build Tabriz-Marand highway worth about 900 million dollars was signed.

He added that Bergiz Insaat Company enters Iran as the first Turkish investor with signing the agreement of Tabriz-Marand highway construction.

According to Iran’s Ambassadorto Turkey, in a ceremony attended by executives of the Turkish company in Iran’s Embassy in Ankara, the cooperation was discussed. 

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