Iran, Ukraine target $2b bilateral trade

July 14, 2011

TEHRAN — Iran and Ukraine aim to increase their annual bilateral trade from around $1b to $2.5b in the near future.

In the meeting between Iranian Commerce Minister Mehdi Ghazanfari and Deputy Speaker of Ukraine's Supreme Council (Parliament) Nikolai Vladimirovich Tamengo, the two sides referred to setting up the exclusive exhibition of Iranian-made products in Ukraine as a chance for businessmen to explore new trade opportunities.
The exclusive exhibition of Iranian goods is set to be held on October 18-23 in Kiev.
Iran’s main exports to Ukraine include pistachio, peanuts, fruits, tiles and ceramics. Ukraine’s main exports to Iran include machineries, transportation equipments, locomotive equipments, and tires