TEHRAN, Apr. 30 (MNA) – Iran’s ambassador to Warsaw has said the country welcomes Polish companies’ joint investment ventures with Iranian counterparts in the oil and gas sectors.
In a meeting with Polish Energy Minister Krzysztof Tchórzewski, Iran’s Ramin Mehmanparast also emphasized the two countries’ cooperation capacities in various fields of trade and economy.
The Iranian official further at the meeting discussed venues of collaboration in areas of fossil fuels, oil and gas, nuclear energy and renewable energies.
Mehmanparast deemed participation of Polish firms in Iran International Oil and Gas Exhibition as an opportunity to promote mutual cooperation.
Krzysztof Tchórzewski of Poland, for his part, referred to his government’s determination for cooperation with Iran noting “energy is one of the major areas of cooperation for the two sides.”
He went on to add that “the Polish government is seeking to diversity in meeting energy needs and given its numerous capabilities in fossil energy sector, Iran can serve as a good partner for Poland.”
Tchórzewski expressed the companies’ readiness for taking part in Iranian oil and gas projects and investment in the field.
A 35-people delegation from Polish oil and gas companies will arrive in Tehran on May 6 to attend the International Oil and Gas Exhibition.
By Mehr News Agency