Friday, December 2, 2022

Poland Seeking Sister City Pact between Krakow, Iran’s Isfahan

Poland’s deputy minister for economic development, who is on an official visit to Iran, voiced his country’s willingness to sign a sister city pact between the historical cities of Krakow and Isfahan.

Speaking in a meeting with the representative of Iran-Poland Friendship Association in Isfahan, Tadeusz Koscinski said he will raise and support the issue of signing a sister city pact between Isfahan and Krakow in his upcoming meetings with Krakow’s authorities, who are willing to ink the deal.

Poland’s economic development ministry is seeking to establish a business development office in Iran, he further said.

In a meeting in Warsaw back in May, Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif and Polish Prime Minister Beata Szydlo weighed plans to build up a strong economic partnership between Tehran and Warsaw and immediately implement the trade deals the two countries have already signed.

Zarif paid a visit to Poland as part of a European tour, which took him also to Finland, Sweden, and Latvia.

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