Iran to Support/Cooperate with the Eurasian Customs Union

“Iran wants to cooperate with the Customs Union in the future,” stated newly appointed ambassador of Iran to Russia, Mehdi Sanaei in his interview with Iranian news agency “IRNA”.

Iran’s ambassador referring to the enlargement process of the Customs Union specifically noted, “Tehran respects Armenia’s decision to join the Customs Union and as a neighboring country hopes that the Union will be a success.”

Ambassador Sanaei when speaking about the possibility of Iran’s accession to the Customs Union said: “There is no doubt; our country will cooperate with the CU. Currently Tehran works at the development of several projects of cooperation with the CU. At present Iran don’t intend to join the CU, but is ready to collaborate with all the countries of the region.”

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