The Minister of Mining and Energy of Serbia on Wednesday announced that her country is ready to entrust the processing of its copper mines to the Islamic Republic of Iran, writes Mehr News Agency
Deputy Minister of Industry and Head of Trade Promotion Organization of Iran (TPOI) Alireza Payman-Pak, who has travelled to Belgrade at the head of a high-ranking trade and economic delegation, met and held talks with the Serbian Minister of Mining and Energy Zorana Mihajlovic to discuss issues of mutual interests.
During the meeting, the two sides discussed supplying petrochemical products and oil-based derivatives as requested by Serbia.
Accordingly, the Iranian side presented its proposals which were highly welcomed by the Serbian Minister of Mining and Energy, based on which, a Working Group was instructed to carry out the additional negotiations.
The Minister of Mining and Energy of Serbia, whose country has rich copper resources, announced her country’s readiness to entrust the processing of copper mines to the Islamic Republic of Iran.
In addition, the two sides exchanged their views on renewable energy supply. Considering the existence of a complete supply chain of solar energy in Iran, the Iranian side also announced its proposals to the Serbian officials.