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EghtesadOnline: Iran and Japan on Friday signed Memorandum of Understanding on transport cooperation.

The MoU was signed in Tokyo by Iran's Deputy Minister of Roads and Urban Development for international affairs Asghar Fakhrieh Kashan and Deputy Minister of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism of Japan Hiroshi Tabata.

IRNA reporter in Beijing said that the roadmap for long-term cooperation will be provided to draw up executive works to build sustainable infrastructures for transport.

The MoU was the outcome of the first Iran-Japan joint commission on infrastructure and transport.

In Iranian delegation representatives from Railroad, Ports and Maritime, Airways sections as well as Managing Director of Asseman Airlines explained Iran's plans and priorities to develop transport networks, logistical systems, urban development and renovation of railway, land, marine and air fleets for Japanese partners and welcomed joint venture investment and presence of Japanese reputable companies in Iran.

Hiroshi Tabata welcomed implementation of Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action and underlined important role of infrastructures for Iran-Japan cooperation in future.

The Iranian delegation visited Tubo Railroad Control Center and met with deputy minister of foreign affairs, deputy minister of economy, trade and industry as well as directors of different Japanese companies during their stay.

The capacities for joint venture investment in Iran's railroad transport were introduced to Japanese firms in a seminar on 'Iran Railroad' at Edmont Hotel in Tokyo by the Iranian delegation.

Iran-Japan cooperation transport cooperation. Asghar Fakhrieh Kashan Hiroshi Tabata