TEHRAN – Iran and Finland are going to sign a comprehensive agricultural cooperation agreement in the near future, IRIB reported on Tuesday.
The decision was announced during a meeting between the Finnish ambassador in Tehran Keijo Norvanto and the Iranian deputy agriculture minister Houman Fathi.
The two sides agreed to cooperate in various areas, including agricultural machinery, fisheries, seeds, forestry, water management, education and research.
Inking a document on cooperation in the fields of animal health and quarantine was also discussed and approved at the meeting.
The officials also stressed the need to expand ties between private sectors of the two countries.