Tsipras: Greece Can Be A 'Conduit' between Iran, EU

Tsipras: Greece Can Be A 'Conduit' between Iran, EU

Greece can act as a conduit for establishing economic, trade and energy ties between Iran and the European Union, Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras said in Tehran on Sunday, on the first day of a two-day visit to Iran.
Tsipras, who has arrived at the head of a large and high-ranking government delegation, outlined a framework of what he called strategic cooperation with Iran, during his visit to the Pardis Technology Park (PTP), where he noted that the two countries could collaborate in the areas of technology and innovation, energy, trade, culture and shipping.
Receiving the Greek prime minister, PTP President Mahdi Safarinia said that Tsipras was "the most independent leader in Europe" and explained that the PTP's membership included 30 hi-tech companies employing more than 3,000 scientists. He said the Greek premier's visit could be the start of cooperation between the two countries in technology, noting that Iran currently ranked seventh in the world in the development of nanotechnology.


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