China’s vice premier called on Tehran to shift the countries’ bilateral cooperation to the next step.
BEIJING (Sputnik) — Chinese Vice Premier Wang Yang urged Iran on Wednesday to take their bilateral cooperation to the next level, at a meeting with visiting Iranian Finance Minister Ali Tayyebnia, local media reported.
“The two sides should…step up pragmatic cooperation in all sectors to push bilateral cooperation to a new high,” Wang was quoted by the Xinhua news agency as saying in Beijing.
Tayyebnia arrived in the Chinese capital to attend the 16th session of the China-Iran Joint Economic Committee on Tuesday and Wednesday.
During their meeting, the two ministers noted that Iranian and Chinese economies were complementary and discussed how to advance bilateral cooperation on trade and investment.