ZANJAN, Feb. 23 (MNA) – Denmark’s ambassador to Iran has said his country will take measures to make investments in Iranian northwestern province of Zanjan.
Addressing a gathering of economic activists in Zanjan, the Danish ambassador to Iran Danny Annan voiced its country’s readiness to make various investments in the Iranian province adding “good investment opportunities exist in Zanjan which need to be properly exploited in line with expansion of bilateral ties.”
He pointed to rich mineral resources in Zanjan confirming “the mining sector remains as the most important areas for Denmark to make investments while Zanjan offers good opportunities in agricultural areas as well due to its variety of agricultural and livestock products.”
“Danish investors hold contracts with largest Iranian dairy companies,” underlined the official emphasizing the need to facilitate entrance to the Iranian market for foreign investors.
Danny Annan referred to the status of Zanjan’s textile industry maintaining “Zanjan and Denmark are both prominent figures in the field offering a good ground for further boosting of ties in textile industry.”
Denmark’s ambassador to Tehran emphasized that numerous cooperation venues are available for the cooperation of the two sides; “some Danish firms have been active in for many years while new companies need to be introduced to the market of Iranian goods,” he concluded.