Turkmenistan and Iran agreed to establish a joint trade center aimed at facilitating economic ties between the two neighboring countries.
The agreement was made during a meeting of Batyr Atdayev, the Deputy Chairman of the Turkmen Government overseeing the country’s trade and textile complex, with the Minister of Industry, Mine and Trade of Iran Seyyed Reza Fatemi-Amin in Tehran on Tuesday.
According to the International Affairs Department of the Iranian Ministry of Industry, Mine, and Trade, the two sides also agreed to draft a one-year roadmap for economic cooperation.
During the talks, Batyr Atdayev also called for the reopening of the joint trade exhibitions and border markets.
The talks were held ahead of the Turkmen President Serdar Berdimuhamedov’s official visit to Iran.