Iraq participates in the international exhibition of oil and gas industry in the Iranian capital Tehran
Kicked off in the Iranian capital , Tehran, on Sunday, the activities of the session of the 23rd International Exhibition for the oil and gas industry and petrochemicals, with the participation of Iraq and a number of Asian and European countries.
The event was attended by Secretary General of the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (GCF) Yuri Santorin, Iranian Oil Minister Bijan Zangana, Croatian Economy Minister Martina Dalic, a number of deputies of the Iranian Islamic Consultative Council and foreign ambassadors in Tehran, the Fars news agency reported. Four thousand Iranian and foreign companies.
“The events will be held on an area of 80,000 square meters this year, while the pavilions will be allocated to companies from Germany, Italy, Spain, Britain, Russia, Japan, South Korea, Austria and the Netherlands, as well as Iraq, Azerbaijan, Georgia and the UAE,” he said.
The exhibition will include 1053 rooms for companies representing 38 countries including Azerbaijan, Austria, Spain, UAE, Turkey, Belgium, China, Russia, Japan, Sweden, Britain, Switzerland, France, Croatia, South Korea, Poland, Netherlands, India, Finland, Hong Kong, Bahrain, Kazakhstan, Monaco, Canada, Liechtenstein, Oman, Denmark, Taiwan, America, Norway, Australia, Brazil, Malaysia, Singapore. “He said.
Nasseri said that the event, which will continue until Wednesday, will include the signing of several memorandums of understanding in addition to the organization of press conferences. Source