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12th Afghanistan-Iran Joint Expo Kicks Off In Herat

The 12 joint Afghanistan-Iran products exhibition was held in western Herat province on Tuesday in which domestic products from the two countries were put on show.
 
A number of industry owners in Herat said dozen types of goods produced in Herat’s industrial town factories were put on show in a special exhibition.
 
Meanwhile, Iran’s consulate in Herat Mohmmad Afkhami asked Iranian investors to invest in Herat.
 
“We should ensure an environment where producers will be able to work based on Afghanistan’s situation and customers’ demands,” said Afkhami.
 
“Afghanistan has improved and it has its own fundamental plans,” Iranian president’s economic advisor Seros Alaf said.
 
A number of Iranian officials have come to Herat along Iranian traders and industry owners and participated at the exhibition.
 
Iranian officials said they will meet with Afghan officials at the sidelines of the exhibition to address the challenges existed in trade sector between Afghanistan and Iran.
 
“We seriously believe that the development and welfare of Afghans is the development and welfare of Iranians,” said Ali Rasulyan, deputy governor of Iran’s Razavi Khorasan province.
 
Head of Herat’s chamber of commerce and industries Saad Khatibi meanwhile said Afghan traders have been facing serious challenges in Iran soil in exporting Afghan goods to Iran and that emphasized the problems should be addressed.
 
“Unfortunately, we are still faced with serious problems in terms of transit and export of Afghan goods,” Khatibi said.

12th Afghanistan-Iran Joint Expo Kicks Off In Herat

A joint exhibition was held in Herat jointly by Afghan and Iranian industry owners and they put on show domestic made products.

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The 12 joint Afghanistan-Iran products exhibition was held in western Herat province on Tuesday in which domestic products from the two countries were put on show.
 
A number of industry owners in Herat said dozen types of goods produced in Herat’s industrial town factories were put on show in a special exhibition.
 
Meanwhile, Iran’s consulate in Herat Mohmmad Afkhami asked Iranian investors to invest in Herat.
 
“We should ensure an environment where producers will be able to work based on Afghanistan’s situation and customers’ demands,” said Afkhami.
 
“Afghanistan has improved and it has its own fundamental plans,” Iranian president’s economic advisor Seros Alaf said.
 
A number of Iranian officials have come to Herat along Iranian traders and industry owners and participated at the exhibition.
 
Iranian officials said they will meet with Afghan officials at the sidelines of the exhibition to address the challenges existed in trade sector between Afghanistan and Iran.
 
“We seriously believe that the development and welfare of Afghans is the development and welfare of Iranians,” said Ali Rasulyan, deputy governor of Iran’s Razavi Khorasan province.
 
Head of Herat’s chamber of commerce and industries Saad Khatibi meanwhile said Afghan traders have been facing serious challenges in Iran soil in exporting Afghan goods to Iran and that emphasized the problems should be addressed.
 
“Unfortunately, we are still faced with serious problems in terms of transit and export of Afghan goods,” Khatibi said.

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