Iran’s exhibition in Iraq’s Erbil starts work

TEHRAN (FNA)- IranExpo Exhibition displaying the country’s print industry products, modern technologies and knowledge-based services opened in the Iraqi Kurdish city of Erbil on Monday.

A sum of 150 Iranian companies are present in the IranExpo in the Northern Erbil city.

The exhibition is underway in an area of 7,000 square meters and an indoor hall of 500 square meters at the premises of Erbil International Fair Grounds. IranExpo will last until June 11.

Iran and the Iraqi Kurdistan region have enjoyed growing ties ever since the overthrow of the former Iraqi dictator, Saddam Hussein, during the 2003 US invasion of the Muslim country.

In a recent development late April, Iraq’s Kurdish Regional Government and Iran signed an agreement that will allow Tehran to send 3 to 4 million liters of refined fuel oil in exchange for crude.

Iran signed an agreement with Iraq’s Kurdish Regional Government (KRG) for oil and natural gas.

Abdullah Akrayi, the KRG official responsible for Iran affairs, told journalists that a delegation led by former Iranian Oil Minister Rostam Qassemi made the deal with the regional government’s Energy Minister Ashti Hawrami.

The agreement proposes the construction of two pipelines between the Kurdish region of Northern Iraq and Iran, and the regional government would receive between 3 and 4 million liters of refined oil fuel and natural gas in return for sending crude oil to Iran.

By Fars News Agency


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