TEHRAN - Iran and Belarus signed a $140-million contract, according to which Iranian engineers will construct a trade office and residential complex in Belarus.
According to the signed contract, the complex will enjoy a combined Iranian-European architecture and will be inaugurated over the course of three years.
The Minsk mayor Nikolai Ladutko had previously stated: ""Belarus welcomes Iranian investors for carrying out constructional projects here.""
According to Iran's Ambassador to Minsk Abdollah Hosseini, Iranian investors are currently carrying out $1.5 billion worth of projects in Belarus.
"Some other $2 million worth of defined projects are also under study," he added.