Deputy head of IDRO Group for the development of advanced industries and energy megaprojects Fardad Daliri attended the signing ceremony for the said Memorandum of Understanding on waste management and asserted that industrial, commercial, agricultural and urban wastes are among the most serious problems for industries and urban development.
Asserting that modern technologies can be used to arrive at a nature-friendly solution for the disposal of waste by burning it and turning it into ash, Daliri added “after conducting the necessary research, Turkey will submit a report on this type of cooperation, investment and transference of technology to IDRO Group.”
In a relevant development in late November, a memorandum of understanding (MoU) was signed between Iran and Turkey in a Joint Economic Commission meeting to further cooperation between the two states.
Iran’s Ministry of Industry, Mine and Trade announced that the MoU was signed at the end of the 26th meeting of Iran-Turkey Joint Economic Commission by Iranian Industry, Mine and Trade Minister Mohammad Shariatmadari and Turkish Economy Minister Nihat Zeybekci.
The two ministers also inked a cooperation agreement in the field of technical-engineering. They agreed to cooperate on transfer of technical-engineering services and help their trade in the sector to hit $10 billion per year.
The 26th summit was convened at the Trade Promotion Organization of Iran in Tehran on November 26-27, 2017.
Transit facilitation was one of the most important issues discussed at the meeting. The memorandum signed between the two sides is entitled “transportation and transit facilitation.” This agreement will pave the way for more economic and trade relations between Iran and Turkey.
In a relevant development in October, high-ranking Iranian and Turkish officials in a meeting in Tehran signed four cooperation agreements.
The documents and Memoranda of Understanding (MoUs) which were endorsed in the presence of Iranian President Hassan Rouhani and his Turkish counterpart Recep Tayyip Erdogan are related to the two countries' customs and banking ties as well as cooperation between their national libraries and state TV and radio organizations.
After the meeting, President Rouhani underlined that the banking ties between the two countries will further expand and they will increase trade relations using their own national currencies.