Isfahan ready for tourism co-op with Asian countries, Governor General

Isfahan, Oct 3, IRNA – Isfahan is ready to develop and reinforce economic and cultural cooperation especially in tourism industry with Asian countries, Isfahan Governor General Rasoul Zargar Poor said.

Speaking in a meeting with Bangladesh Minister of Industries Amir Hossain Amu, Zargar Poor said that Isfahan is hosting foreign tourists from 86 world countries from among which Asian countries have only a small share.

Saying that holding cultural weeks in different countries have a positive effect bilateral cooperation, Zargar Poor called for holding Isfahan’s cultural week in one of the cities of Bangladesh.

He referred to Isfahan’s capacities in economic, agricultural and cultural sectors, saying that Iran and Bangladesh enjoy high level of relations and they tend to expand ties in different fields.

He added that Isfahan is ready to have ties in petrochemical and agricultural sectors with Bangladesh.

Minister of industries of Bangladesh had a trip to Iran on Saturday and he arrived in Isfahan on Sunday morning to visit cultural and historical attractions of the province.

Hossain Amu also met with head of Isfahan Industry, Mine and Trade Organization, Governor General and some industrialists as well.