Baghdad Amiriyev, Kazakhstan’s ambassador to Iran, said despite the high export capacities of Iran and Kazakhstan in the agricultural sector, businessmen know little about each other.
Speaking in a meeting with the head and members of Mazandaran’s Chamber of Commerce, Mines, Industries and Agriculture, Amiriyev said at present Iranian citrus fruits, kiwi, flowers, ornamental plants, chicken and dairy products are sought after in the Kazakh market, IRNA reported.
Stressing that Kazakh wheat and livestock are suitable for the Iranian market, he said if agricultural, technical and engineering services are elucidated for businessmen, trade and economic relations will be boosted.
The Kazakh ambassador said tourism between Iran and Kazakhstan can be a factor for broader relations.
Pointing to the fact that Iran’s health tourism is available for Kazakhs inexpensively and with a higher quality, the ambassador said there is little awareness about this matter.
Amiriyev extended his invitation to the governor general of Mazandaran province and economic delegation to visit Kazakhstan, adding that prior to the visit he was ready to hold a meeting with Mazandaran’s traders.