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Iran and Georgia have signed a bilateral cooperation agreement2013-04-22 11:28
On April 21, Iranian and Georgian officials signed an agreement on bilateral cooperation in the field of free economic zones (FEZs), the 7or.am reports referring to the "IRNA."gt-en-newsitem-inside
According to the head of the free economic zone "Aras" Sadeq Najaf, the agreement implies the expansion of economic co-operation of free economic zones of Iran and SEZ in Kutaisi in Georgia.
The Georgian side, along with a number of foreign investors to visit Iran's free economic zones in the near future to explore the possibility of investing in commercial and industrial areas, the Yerkramas cites Najaf's words.