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After JCPOA and Iran's deal with 5+1 ,many delegations from around the world flock  to Iran to grab opportunities.
Based on Report ,South Korea and Iran are set to begin discussions on boosting bilateral cooperation in the fisheries sector that will include a joint fish farming venture, the Seoul government.
The talks will be held in Iran from Thursday involving officials from South Korea’s Ministry of Oceans and Fisheries and their Iranian counterparts, South Korea’s largest news agency Yonhap reported.
The two sides will discuss follow-up measures for a memorandum of understanding for cooperation in the fisheries area signed in May during South Korean President Park Geun-hye’s visit to Iran.
The visiting officials from the South Korean ministry will also check the feasibility of a joint venture in fish farming.
Iran is already the largest fish farming nation in the Middle East, annually producing some 325,000 tons of fishery products through farming, the ministry said in a press release.
South Korea is the world’s seventh-largest fish farmer.
In 2015, Iran purchased 155,000 tons of fishery products, worth $21 million, from South Korea.
“A joint venture in the Iranian market will not only provide an opportunity for our fish farming industry to leap forward, but it may also help create a Korean wave of fishery products in Iran,” the ministry said.

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Governor of Marand city Taqi Karami said on Tuesday that Dutch investors are willing to make joint venture investment to produce saffron in the city.


Marand with suitable climate is the best location in northwest of the country to cultivate agricultural products with low level water consumption, especially saffron.
Karami made the remarks in a meeting with 5-member Dutch delegation on Tuesday.
He said that 115 hectares of agricultural land in the city allocated to cultivation of saffron, which is supposed to increase in five years to 300 hectares.
The governor said that in the past year Marand could produce 400 kilograms of saffron by 198 farmers and now is as a hub for saffron in northwestern Iran.
He said that Marand is ready for cooperation in the field of purchasing saffron bulbs from the Netherlands, allocation of lands for cultivation of saffron and its export with brand of Marand city and processing under license of the Netherlands.
Head of Dutch delegation Robert Vander Tang said that the visit aims to increase cooperation on cultivation of crops with low level water consumption such as saffron and roses.
He said that growing saffron bulbs by traditional method in Marand takes seven years, but, the industrial methods help the growth in less than one year.
Vander Tang said producing the crops in the Netherlands is difficult, because of rains, but it is exported to 23 countries of the world.
The Dutch delegation visited saffron and roses farms in Marand and evaluated their qualification high, calling for more cooperation between the two countries on sharing experience.
Marand is situated 71 km northeast of Tabriz.

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Iran’s Agricultural Minister Mahmoud Hojjati and New Zealand’s Foreign Minister Murray McCully signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU)for furthering agricultural cooperation.

Producting  of agricultural products in the two countries, one located in the northern and the other in the southern hemisphere, the two sides expressed readiness for joint cooperation in the processing and export of these products to third countries.

New Zaland Foreign Minister McCully arrived in Tehran for a two-day visit on Saturday to discuss issues of mutual interest with Iranian officials.

 

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