Norway “eager to expand” Fisheries Cooperation with Iran

By John Lee.

Norway’s Minister of Fisheries, Per Sandberg (pictured), has told Iran’s Ambassador to Oslo, Mohammad Hassan Habibollahzadeh, that he welcomes increased cooperation between the countries in fisheries and aquaculture.

According to IRNA, the ambassador said the vast coastlines in the northern and southern parts of Iran, production of fishery products, processing and re-export of the aqua products and joint venture project for manufacturing special equipment to grow fish and conduct related research are among grounds for bilateral cooperation.

The minister said the extension of financial credit by Norwegian credit institutes was an appropriate opportunity for fishery companies of Norway to implement joint venture projects with Iranian companies.

(Source: IRNA)

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