Hyderabad, April 24 (IANS) A 23-member business delegation from Andhra Pradesh will visit the Islamic Republic of Iran this month to explore possibilities of expansion of their trade.
The delegation of Federation of Andhra Pradesh Chamber of Commerce and Industry (FAPCCI) will visit Iran April 27-30.
It will participate in the first ‘Export Capabilities Exhibition’ of Iran, being organised by the ministry of industry, mines and trade of that country in collaboration with Event and Exhibition Industry Development Company.
The aim of the exhibition is to showcase Iran’s export capabilities to foreign buyers and serve as a platform for actual and potential customers to enhance trade.
The India delegation will have meetings with industry stakeholders of Iran and discuss ways to increase cooperation between Indian and Iranian companies, said a statement from FAPCCI here Wednesday.
Apart from Tehran, the delegation will visit Busher and Shiraz to explore business opportunities there.
The visit is being facilitated by Iran’s consulate here.
The delegation will be led by Devendra Surana, president of FAPCCI and patron of Chamber of Commerce for Iran Trade Promotion (CCITP), and P. Prem Kumar, president of CCITP.
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