Iranian Minister of Roads and Urban Development Mohammad Eslami underlined that reliability and mutual commitment have played a key role in the reopening of the country’s common border with Turkmenistan.
Iran’s Minister of Roads and Urban Development Mohammad Eslami said that Tehran has always sought to strengthen relations with Ashgabat by removing barriers, adding that a new chapter in relations between the two countries has begun after making progress in the implementation of joint projects.
In a meeting with members of Border Points Committee of Khorasan Razavi province in Mashhad on Thursday, Iranian Ambassador to Turkmenistan, Gholam-Abbas Arbab-Khales said that expanding relations and enhancing transit cooperation between Iran and Turkmenistan in rail and road sectors as well as removing limitation is necessary, Mehr News Agency reported.
In view of their high trade and economic capacities, Iran and Turkmenistan are capable of raising the level of transactions with each other at a rapid pace if their governments agree on certain issues.
Iranian Arts Exhibition will open on border city of Merv with Turkmenistan on December 14 to present handicrafts in various fields of art. Preparatory works for the exhibit were done by Iranian Cultural Attache to Ashgabat, Turkmenistan.
Iranian publishers had a strong presence at the XIII International Book Fair and Scientific Conference of Printed Products in Turkmenistan where they were selected as the best foreign participant of the event.
An Iranian economic delegation, led by Minister of Roads and Urban Development Mohammad Eslami, arrived in Turkmenistan’s capital Ashgabat on Tuesday for participating in the meeting of the Iran-Turkmenistan Commission of Economic Cooperation.