Iran. Ghana Determined to Boost Bilateral Trade

Addressing a meeting with Iranian businessmen from Markazi Province. Denetto said on Saturday that both sides are after developing bilateral trade ties.

Denetto noted the Ghana delegation`s visit is aimed at finding opportunities. developing trade relations and attracting investors in agricultural fields.

Referring to Ghana as free zone in Africa. he said investors will be able to have access to African and European markets with no tariff.

He hailed Iran`s capacity in agricultural machinery for updating and increasing agricultural mechanization coefficient.

Meanwhile. Head of Markazi Agricultural Jihad Organization Majid Anajafi referred to signing agreement between Iran and Ghana for developing extra-territorial cultivation.

Last month. Iran and Ghana signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to expand the scale of economic cooperation through their free trade zones (FTZs).

The agreement was signed by Secretary of the Supreme Council of Iran`s Free Trade. Industrial and Special Economic Zones Morteza Bank and the Executive Secretary of Ghana Free Zones Authority (GFZA) Michael Okyere Baafi in a meeting held in Iran’s Kish Island on June 22.

Early in March. Iranian President Hassan Rouhani. in a message to his Ghanan counterpart Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo. voiced Tehran’s willingness to further expand bilateral ties with Accra.

Rouhani. in his message to Akufo-Addo. offered sincerest congratulations to his African counterpart and the people of Ghana on the Independence Day of the country.

“I hope that with regard to the political will and ample economic potentials of the two countries. we will witness further development of relations in bilateral and multilateral fields.“ he noted.

“I wish Your Excellency health and success and the people of the Republic of Ghana prosperity and felicity.“ Rouhani added.

Back in January 2018. President Hassan Rouhani voiced his country`s resolve to develop all-out mutual cooperation with the Republic of Ghana.

`Tehran is keen to cement its economic. scientific. cultural and health cooperation with Accra.` President Rouhani said in a meeting with Ambassador of Ghana to Tehran Sayuti Yahaya Iddi.

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