As many as 70 Afghan businesspeople held B2B meetings with their Iranian counterparts in Tehran on Monday.
The visit to Tehran by the Afghan delegation, one of the biggest private sector delegations to the Iranian capital from the country, has been organized and sponsored by Iran-Afghanistan Joint Chamber of Commerce.
Representatives from some 70 Iranian companies were also present in the event where they had B2B meetings with the Afghan businesspeople.
Speaking on the sidelines of the big private sector gathering of the two neighboring countries, Head of Iran-Afghanistan Joint Chamber of Commerce Hossein Salimi expressed hope that this event will help enhance economic exchanges between Tehran and Kabul.
Referring to more investments of Afghan people in Iran, he said that these investments are expected to even more grow.
In the meantime, Abdul Qayyum Soleimani, caretaker of the Afghan embassy in Tehran, said that Afghan people expect Iran to facilitate more exports from Afghanistan into the country.
He also referred to Afghanistan’s need for Iran’s more partnership in its projects, calling on the Iranian government to further help prepare the ground for the investment of the Iranian businesspeople in Afghanistan.