Head of the Iranian National Tax Administration and Ambassador of the Republic of Armenia discussed the most important tax issues, calling for promotion of economic and tax cooperation.
(SHADA: TEHRAN) -- During the meeting held in Tehran, Sayyed Kamal Taghavinejad, Head of the Iranian National Tax Administration, pointed to the long-term political, economic and cultural relations between the two countries and said: Currently Iran and Armenia have good cooperation both in diplomatic relations and technical and economic cooperation.
The two countries have good relations in various trade and economic spheres and other fields, and we hope Iran and Armenia will benefit this cooperation, especially in the field of economy, by increasing tax cooperation, Taghavinejad added.
In the meeting, Artashes Tumanyan, ambassador of the Republic of Armenia, said: I hope this meeting will lay the groundwork for deepening economic relations between the two countries.
This cooperation will lead to increased trade between the two countries in the future and economic relations will be deeper, Tumanyan stated.
The two sides also discussed joint tax programs as well as tax developments and achievements of the two countries.
It is worth mentioning that the two countries expressed their readiness to review the Treaty on Avoidance of Double Taxation signed and applied several years ago between the Islamic Republic of Iran and the Republic of Armenia.