Source Pravda.Ru

Russia and Iran Sign a Protocol on Trade, Economic, Scientific and Technological Cooperation - 19 March, 2003 - News

Iranian Minister of Petroleum Bijan Namdar Zanganeh and Russian Property Minister Farid Gazizulin have signed a protocol on co-operation in the trade, economic, scientific and technological spheres.

The document provides for the realisation of joint projects in the oil, gas, banking, industrial, aviation, space, petroleum-chemical and educational spheres and also in the use of nuclear energy for peaceful purposes.

The signing of this protocol was the concluding stage of the work of the fourth session of the joint commission for trade and economic co-operation between Russia and Iran.

Farid Gazizulin stays in Teheran as the chairman of the Russian part of the joint commission for trade and economic co-operation.

Comments
World honours bravery and courage of Russian pilot who killed himself in Syria
USA plays to pretend a mighty dragon that can no longer breathe fire
Russia unveils nuclear-powered interstellar spaceship
USA plays to pretend a mighty dragon that can no longer breathe fire
USA plays to pretend a mighty dragon that can no longer breathe fire
The Amazon and the New Conquistadores
Moving inexorably towards war
Capital outflow from Russia sets new records
US-led coalition strikes Assad's army in Syria
US-led coalition strikes Assad's army in Syria
US-led coalition strikes Assad's army in Syria
Moving inexorably towards war
USA plays to pretend a mighty dragon that can no longer breathe fire
Indian Origin of Egyptian Civilization
The difference between Polish and Ukrainian nationalism is plain to see
USA plays to pretend a mighty dragon that can no longer breathe fire
USA plays to pretend a mighty dragon that can no longer breathe fire
USA plays to pretend a mighty dragon that can no longer breathe fire
What weapons the USA, Russia and China may use in case of World War III
USA plays to pretend a mighty dragon that can no longer breathe fire
Sanctions do not stop foreign countries from buying Russia's S-400 systems