TEHRAN (FNA)- Head of the Institute of Standard and Industrial Research of Iran (ISIRI) Nezamoddin Barzegari and Belarusian Ambassador to Tehran Victor Rybak attended a meeting here in Tehran on Saturday to explore ways to remove trade barriers.
During the meeting held at the ISIRI center, the Belarusian envoy pointed to the agreements signed between Tehran and Minsk, and expressed the hope that the discussions would pave a proper ground for increasing trade exchanges between the two sides up to the agreed level.
Rybak also called on Iran to allow imports of Belarusian tractors based on the existing agreements and avoid second tests.
The diplomat further said that his visit is aimed at paving the way for an upcoming visit to Iran by Belarusian President Aleksandr Lukashenko.
During the discussions also attended by Belarusian representatives as well as ISIRI's managers and directors, Barzegari underlined the necessity for the further expansion of mutual cooperation between the two sides.
He added that the institute of standard and industrial research of Iran is ready to remove the existing problems within the framework of the law and based on the agreements signed between the two sides.
The Iranian official added that Iran will allow import of Belarusian-made goods if they hold EU standard approvals, such as ISO, and other credited international standards.