In the conversation between the two authorities, President of the Republic of Brazil emphasizing the importance of bilateral relations between the two countries, he urged the development of cooperation between the two countries and at the same time expressed his desire to receive President Rouhani in Brazil.
After giving his credentials to the President of the Republic, Michel Temer, the Iranian ambassador to Brazil, Seyed Ali Saghaeyan, defended the expansion of relations between the two countries and in turn emphasized the existing good relations and urges in a mutual effort to enjoy Of the potential of both countries and to increase bilateral and international cooperation.
The credential is a formal letter sent by one head of state to another, who formally grants diplomatic accreditation to a designated representative to be the ambassador of the country of origin at the host location.
Official ceremony of delivery of credential letters, when newly appointed ambassadors appear at the Palace, at opportunities proposed by the Itamaraty, and are received by the President of the Republic. In this ceremony, Michel Fear received the credentials of 13 foreign ambassadors. All names have been approved by the Brazilian government and may, from now on, officially represent their countries in Brazil.
The new ambassadors are: Gordan Stojović (Montenegro), Elkhan Polukh Oglu Polukhov (Azerbaijan), Seyed Ali Saghaeyan (Iran), Emmanuel John Nchimbi (Tanzania), Yossi Shelly (Israel), Najm Us Saqib (Pakistan), Boniface Vignon ) And Wilfredo Obama Ela Mangue (Equatorial Guinea).
They were also welcomed by President Francis Vijay Narasimhan Rangarajan (Great Britain and Northern Ireland), Carlo Krieger (Luxembourg), Salvador de Jesús Arriola y Barrenechea (Mexico), Geir H. Haarde (Iceland) and Harris Hrle (Bosnia and Herzegovina) .
In 2016, Brazil exported US $ 1.78 billion in products to the Iranian market and imported almost US $ 50 million, with a surplus for Brazil alone. In this respect, it is worth noting that, historically, the exchange is almost solely composed of the value of Brazilian exports which, in 2015, represented more than 90% of the commercial current.
Bilateral trade in goods between Brazil and Iran showed moderate growth of 4.4% in the last ten years, rising from US $ 1.59 billion in 2006 to US $ 1.66 billion in 2015. Between 2014 and Growth of 15.6%, due exclusively to the increase in Brazilian exports to the Iranian market.
From January to September 2016, influenced by the favorable evolution of Brazilian exports, trade reached the level of US $ 1.76 billion, representing a growth of 54.3% compared to the same period of the previous year.
The Brazilian export tariff to Iran has a strong concentration on commodities including cereals, meats, soybeans and oilseeds, soybean meal, and sugar, which only three of them -milk, soybean complex and beef- account for almost more 90% of the total volume exported.