TEHRAN, Mar. 17 (MNA) – During the Tuesday meeting between Iran’s Minister of Communication and Turkish Minister of Development, the two sides stressed a boost in e-tourism.
During the closing ceremony of Iran-Turkey joint commission held here on Tuesday, Mahmoud Vaezi and Cevdet Yılmaz agreed on boosting cooperation on tourism and e-tourism.
“The negotiations held in this round of Iran-Turkey joint commission have been very fruitful and acceptable results were reached on issues such as transportation, customs, banking and commerce,” said Vaezi.
He also noted that the development of political and economic relations between the two countries would lead to the development of the whole region.
Turkish Minister of Development, for his part, maintained that Tehran and Ankara will improve their relations in all arenas, adding talks with Vaezi had been very helpful.
He also asserted that the two sides have agreed on increasing the amount of investment from the $14bn of last year.
Iran also said Saturday that it plans to sign 12 cooperation agreements with Turkey during Erdoğan’s upcoming visit. The agreements mostly address cooperation in the energy, trade, health, transportation, and customs sectors.