Jul 20, 2021, 1:45 PM
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Croatia, Iran review economic cooperation

Belgrade, IRNA - Croatian minister of economy and Iranian ambassador in Zagreb held talks on the ways to boost economic ties between the two countries.

Parviz Esmaili and Tomislav Ćorić discussed the latest situation of implementing existing trade agreements between Zagreb and Tehran.
Ćorić and Esmaili underlined that support for expansion of trade relationships and especially linking private sectors of both countries is a sustainable avenue to guarantee national interests of Croatia and Iran.
The Republic of Croatia and the Islamic Republic of Iran signed two cooperation agreements in recent years to further deepen Zagreb-Tehran relations.
Croatia with the current population of 4,081,651 in 2021 is located in Central Europe and Southeastern Europe on the Adriatic Sea. 
The European nation is enclosed to the north by Slovenia and Hungary, to the northwest by Serbia, to the east by Bosnia and Herzegovina, to the southeast by Monte Negro and to the south by the Adriatic Sea. 
Croatia declared independence from the then Yugoslavia on June 25, 1991. Among the former members of Yugoslavia, Croatia is the second after Slovenia, which joined the European Union.


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