Turkish, Iranian central banks committed to expand ties

1/16/2018 3:15:00 PM

Tehran (KNA) - Top officials from the Central Bank of Iran and Turkey along with senior bankers met in Tehran on Sunday to discuss new ways of developing banking relations between the two neighboring states.

CBI Deputy for Foreign Exchange Affairs Seyed Ahmad Araghchi and Vice Governor of the Central Bank of Turkey Murat Uysal called for expanding economic and trade ties for facilitating banking relations.

"The currency swap agreement [recently signed between Iran and Turkey] is one of the measures of the central banks of both countries to continue and increase cooperation and is expected to be implemented soon as the infrastructures are set in place," Araghchi maintained.

Source: Mehr

Total number of comments: 0

Leave a reply

Follow us by...