Sulaymaniyah Governorate is interested in cooperating with Iranian investors, said Sulaymaniyah's governor general.
Speaking at a ceremony to inaugurate a passenger terminal in
"Our people and officials are keen on inviting Iranian investors for cooperation," he said.
He listed Sulaymaniyah's advantages as providing investors with free land, tax exemptions and cheap water and electricity.
Mohammad-Saleh noted that the
"If Iranian investors are interested to cooperate, the region will welcome their presence and provide them with the best conditions for making investments," he said.
Referring to the commonalities of the people of
"The two provinces have signed a number of Memoranda of Understanding (MoU), of which 80 percent have been launched and the rest will be implemented by the end of 2014," he added.
He said construction of a two-lane highway from Sulaymaniyah to Marivan-Bashmaq border is also underway.
Abdolmohammad Zahedi, Kurdestan province's governor-general, said in the same ceremony that the two provinces enjoy high-level relations.
Zahedi also said
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