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Tehran Commerce Delegation to Visit Minsk

A business delegation led by President of Tehran Chamber of Commerce, Industries, Mines and Agriculture Masoud Khansari is scheduled to visit Minsk, the capital of Belarus, for four days starting July 23.

According to the official website of the chamber,, the delegation will include businesspeople active in a wide range of fields, including petroleum products, chemicals, plastic, food, metals, pharmaceuticals, cement, agriculture, motor vehicles, mechanical devices, paper and wood, electricity and engineering services. 

Joint business forums are scheduled to be held on the occasion of the Iranian mission’s visit to this European country. 

TCCIM is already calling on businesspeople interested in joining the mission to register on the chamber’s website.

News No: 4714
Date: 2019/06/01 - 22:30
News Source: Financial Tribune

Industries  Mines  Minsk  TCCIM  vehicles 


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