In a meeting with ICCIMA Chairman Gholam-Hossein Shafeie in Brussels, the Belgian official expressed satisfaction about the future of his country’s economic relations with Iran and added that on the way to explore avenues for developing bilateral economic ties, a Belgian delegation will pay a visit to the two Iranian cities of Tehran and Isfahan in November.
Shafeie, for his part, underlined Iranian officials’ tendency towards boosting economic ties with Belgium, adding that in this regard, some talks have been held on increasing ties between Iran’s port of Shahid Rajaee and Belgium’s port of Antwerp. As previously reported, Iran plans to use Antwerp port for exporting petrochemical products.
ICCIMA head named healthcare, medicine, modern irrigation, petrochemicals, and oil as proper available areas for reinforcing economic bonds between the two countries.
He, elsewhere, underscored the vitality of easing visa issuance procedures for two countries’ tradesmen in boosting mutual economic ties.