Iran plans to invest EUR 150mn in Bosnia and Herzegovina.

By bne IntelliNews July 12, 2010
Iran has earmarked EUR 150mn (KM 293.4mn) for investments in the country's energy sector, road infrastructure and construction, Iranian Ambassador to Bosnia Gholamreza Yousefi announced. Iran has prepared a draft agreement for the planned investments, aimed at improving the economic cooperation and ties between the two countries. His excellence Yousefi has acknowledged the already achieved satisfactory level of cooperation at parliamentary level but has underlined that economic development was the key issue for Bosnia at present.

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