TEHRAN, Mar. 08 (MNA) – German ambassador to Tehran underlining that the two countries enjoy a long, successful and fruitful trade relations, announced German Vice Chancellor Sigmar Gabriel is planning to visit Iran in upcoming days.
Heading an economic delegation, Michael Baron von Ungern said to IRNA reporter on Monday, Mr. Gabriel who is also Germany’s economy minister will pay a visit to Tehran for economic talks and to restore Economic Commission of Iran and Germany.
Pointing to the recent visits paid by German Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier to Iran within 4 months, Ungern expressed satisfaction with the enhancement of relations between Iran and Germany, following the JCPOA implementation.
“Germans’ presence in Iran clearly indicates the importance they attach to Iran and the issues of Middle East,” German diplomat stressed.
Noting that 10 German high-ranking delegations have visited Iran since the nuclear deal was implemented, Ungern said their greater focus is on the issue of trade relations.
“Many companies are interested in cooperation with local partners and some think about large investments in Iran now; due to the decades of trade relations between Iran and Germany, many German managers are not stranger to the Iranian market and would benefit from their past experiences,” he added.