September 25
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Iran is considering the possibility of establishing a European Union office in Tehran to expand bilateral cooperation, said Iranian First Vice-President Eshaq Jahangiri at a meeting with EU Commissioner for Agriculture and Rural Development Phil Hogan in Tehran, Tasnim reported.

‘Economic cooperation between Iran and the EU member states is age-old and almost all of the credible European companies have had an active presence in Iran’s economic fields, including energy, industry, and agriculture,’ said Jahangiri.

He also said that the opening of an EU office in Tehran is on the agenda of the Iranian Foreign Ministry, adding that the office can facilitate the implementation of agreements reached between the sides.

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