Iran Signs Deal With Czech Credit Agency
TEHRAN - Iran signed a cooperation document with the Export Guarantee and Insurance Corporation (EGAP), Czech Republic’s official export credit agency.
According to Iran’s Central Bank, the bank signed a deal with EGAP to ease trade relations and to boost investment.
Director of Iran’s Central Bank Hossein Yaghoobi during the meeting with Vice Chairman of EGAP Mr. Marek Dlouhy signed the agreement.
The deal was signed in presence of Czech Republic Ambassador to Tehran. Both sides called for implementing the agreements and more talks on providing financial sources for the joint projects.
EGAP is a credit insurance corporation insuring credit connected with exports of goods and services from the Czech Republic against political and commercial risks uninsurable by commercial insurance.