During the signing ceremony, the provincial official Iraj Hassanpour said that the MoU is related to dispatching and receiving trade delegations, joint economic cooperation in the field of fishery, cement production, and processing industry, especially in the field of meat production.
Head of Zahedan Chamber of Commerce Abdul Hakim Rigi, who attended the ceremony, said that the presence of Iranian expatriates in Tanzania since many years ago is a privilege for creating more relations with the country. He added that Tanzania has had a 6% economic growth and one of Iran’s foreign economic priorities is interaction with African countries. The Tanzanian deputy minister presented information about his country, and said that the main factor of his country’s economic activities is agriculture. He added that there are a lot of opportunities in Tanzania for investment. (Reported in www.islamidavet.com)