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Signing a Joint MOU between Isfahan Exhibitions Co. and Iraq Soleymanieh Chamber of Commerce

A joint Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) was signed between Isfahan Exhibitions Co. and Iraq Soleymanieh Chamber of Commerce with the aim to hold common exhibitions.

Date News : 2016/01/17
Time News : 10:50
Number News : 23402040

A joint Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) was signed between Isfahan Exhibitions Co. and Iraq Soleymanieh Chamber of Commerce with the aim to hold common exhibitions.

Managing Director of Isfahan Province International Exhibitions Company announced this news and said “This MOU was awarded for the purpose of expanding mutual cooperation after visiting Isfahan Exhibition by the Vice Chairman of Iraq Kurdistan Chamber of Commerce and the Chairman of Iraq Soleymanieh Chamber of Commerce”.

“Upon this MOU, it was decided that Isfahan Province International Exhibitions Company holds an exhibition in Soleymanieh, Iraq, for which the time and subject is under investigation. In addition, Isfahan Exhibitions Company will provide mutual cooperation concerning holding Soleymanieh Exhibition in the city of Isfahan” added RasoolMohagheghian.

According to his words, facilitating the visiting Isfahan exhibitions by Soleymanieh engineers is another commitment of Isfahan Province International Exhibitions Company in the aforesaid MOU.

“Information of Isfahan exhibitions in Soleymanieh for the purpose of attracting expert visitors in Isfahan and cooperation with Isfahan Province International Exhibitions Company concerning holding exhibitions in Soleymanieh were the commitments by another party” he added.

Managing Director of Isfahan Province International Exhibitions Company addressed the targeting for the increase in the volume of Iranian exports to Iraq up to 13 billion USD by the next two years and the capacity of Isfahan Province and other Iranian provinces to export technical-engineering goods and services to that country and stated that “At the moment, United Arab Emirates and the Asian South Eastern Countries have succeeded to get a good share of this market”.

“Expanding the investment in Iran is another consequence of holding joint exhibitions” he pointed out.