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Dutch minister: Regulating banking help boost trade ties

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Staff writer ▼ | May 10, 2016
Dutch Minister of Economy, Energy and Agriculture Henk Kamp said in Iran that companies of both countries are keen to expand cooperation.
Henk Kamp
Tehran   Rhe 21st International Oil, Gas Exhibition
He called for regulating banking ties to help boost trade ties. Kamp made the remarks on the sidelines of the 21st International Oil, Gas Exhibition in Tehran.

He said that the banking transactions must be regulated between Iranian and Dutch banks and that the Netherlands is trying to remove the difficulty in this respect.

Kamp said that his country is able to help Iran in development of agriculture, oil and gas fields.

He praised Iranian government attention to cooperate with the international community to reduce climate change and protection of the environment.

He said that the Dutch cooperation with Iran is not limited to oil and gas and it would extend to the renewable energies, as well.

Deputy Minister of Petroleum for International and Commercial Affairs Amir Hossein Zamaninia, who attended in Dutch Pavilion at the exhibition, said that Iran's new approach is to develop medium-sized companies in Europe and Asia.

He said that the Islamic Republic of Iran is willing to develop cooperation between Iranian and Dutch private and public companies.

The 21st International Oil, Gas, Refinery and Petrochemical Exhibition by participation of 1900 Iranian and foreign companies from 38 countries kicked off on May 5 in Tehran and wrapped up on May 8, 2016.