Iran, Indonesia agree to trade in local currencies –

Tehran: Iran and Indonesia have agreed to trade in local currencies.

According to foreign media, Iran and Indonesia have agreed to trade in local currencies, both countries have agreed to make payments through national currencies.

Iran’s President Ebrahim Raisi said that expanding relations with Indonesia is important, wants to increase the volume of trade to 20 billion dollars, oppressive sanctions and pressure have failed to stop Iran’s development.

It should be noted that a high-level political and economic delegation of Iran headed by the Iranian president is on an official visit to Indonesia. Iran and Indonesia’s top officials discussed preferential trade, visas, cultural exchanges, supervision of pharmaceutical products, science and technology, oil. and signed 11 documents and agreements to strengthen cooperation in the gas sector.

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