Germany, Iran to revive mutual agricultural trade
(MENAFN) Iran and Germany plan to open a joint credit line to facilitate trade and economic exchanges, especially in the agriculture sector, based on reports.
Accordingly, Iran's agro-exports to Germany declined in recent years due to US-led sanctions; hence their relationship in general was compromised.
After the bans have been finally removed, ground is being prepared for the resumption of all-out ties with the EU member state in agriculture sector.
Moreover, a memorandum of understanding was sealed in the field of veterinary medicine in a ceremony attended by top officials from both nations.
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