With the establishment of Iran's commercial center in Afghanistan, trade between the parties will be facilitated
The head of the Indian Subcontinent Department of the Iran Trade Development Organization, emphasizing that Afghanistan is considered a strategic partner of this country, says that the presence of Iran's commercial center in Afghanistan will facilitate and accelerate trade between the parties.
Afghan Voice Agency (AVA) - Kabul: Mohammad Sadiq Qanadzada, head of the Indian Subcontinent Department of the Iran Trade Development Organization, yesterday (Tuesday, January 31) at the "Examination of Iran and Afghanistan Business Opportunities and Capacity" conference in Tehran, added that Iran is the largest trading partner of Afghanistan. It requires the establishment of a center for the development of bilateral relations.
Stating that one of the goals of the trade development organization is to increase the establishment of business centers in export target countries, Qanadzada clarified: the establishment of business centers is a solution for business development, because businessmen can benefit from its services as a reliable tool.
Qanadzada stated that the commercial center in Afghanistan can reduce the concerns of economic activists in this sector, and added: The market of this country has a large capacity, and due to the cultural, social, historical and economic similarities, a larger share can be allocated to Iran.
He added: All types of logistic, general and important services in the business process will be provided, and with the presence of Iran's commercial center in Afghanistan, trade with this country will be facilitated and accelerated.
Currently, the Islamic Republic of Iran is the largest trading partner of Afghanistan, and the volume of trade between the two countries has reached about one and a half billion dollars per year. There is an economy.
Recently, Hasan Kazemi Qomi, the ambassador of the Islamic Republic of Iran in Kabul, announced the speeding up of the process of issuing multiple entry visas for Afghan businessmen. According to this diplomat, this decision was made with the aim of developing cooperation between the two countries.