Brazilian Ambassador to Tehran Rodrigo de Azeredo Santos and an official with Iran’s agriculture Ministry, Alimurad Sarafrazi met and discussed the ways to pave the way for signing of commercial documents in a bid to facilitate commercial cooperation.
Santos and Sarafrazi stressed using of both countries’ capacities to develop trade relations.
They also consulted on signing bilateral documents in the fields of plant health, animal health as well as research cooperation with the Embrapa Corporation in Brazil, which has been stopped due to the coronavirus-related restrictions.
In relevant remarks earlier in September, Iranian envoy to Brasilia Hossein Gharibi congratulated the 100th anniversary of Brazil’s independence, and said that Tehran-Brasilia parliamentary friendship group resumed activities at the country’s National Congress.
The group comprises 93 senators and representatives from various political parties and resumed its activities after a two-year closure.
The parliamentary friendship group is seeking to set the ground for parliamentary relations aiming at promotion of political, economic and cultural ties.
The Iran and Brazil relations and joint efforts to remove economic damages in post-coronavirus era are of great importance for the group.