Iranian President Hassan Rouhani called for the implementation of bilateral agreements with Turkmenistan, voicing Iran’s readiness to carry out road construction projects in the neighboring country and supply it with technical and engineering services.
In a meeting with Turkmenistan’s Foreign Minister Rasit Meredow in Tehran on Saturday, Rouhani urged the implementation of agreements between the two neighbors in energy swap, electricity transfer, transportation industry and trade interaction.
“Iranian companies are ready to provide Turkmenistan with technical and engineering services and carry out relevant projects such as constructing highways and roads,” the president added.
He also called for the expansion of academic interaction among the companies developing new technologies.
For his part, the visiting diplomat voiced Turkmenistan’s willingness to enter long-term agreements with Tehran in various fields of mutual interest.
The two countries have great potential for cooperation in the energy and transportation industry, Meredow said, adding that during his visit, he will discuss with Iranian officials the implementation of energy swap and transportation agreements.