Copenhagen and Tehran have considerably broadened the volume of their trade transactions and cooperation
Danish Ambassador to Iran Danny Annan announced that Copenhagen and Tehran have considerably broadened the volume of their trade transactions in the post-sanctions era. During the meeting in the Danish capital, Chitchian and Lilleholt explored avenues for bolstering and reinvigorating of bilateral ties, specially in the field of renewable energies. “Cooperation in the field of renewable energies serves as the pivot of cooperation between Iran and Denmark in the future”, Chitchian said. The Iranian energy minister also called for collaboration on renewable energies, promoting water resources quality and recycling waste water. He pointed to the energy ministry’s commitment to observe environmental considerations while implementing projects and Iran’s voluntary participation regarding Paris International Forum’s agreements, and said, “Given Denmark’s capabilities as well as Iran’s unparalleled capacities in the fields of wind and solar powers, promoting renewable energies application can serve as the basis of mutual cooperation in future”.