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    Kiev, Tehran Sign Memorandum on Economic Cooperation - Ukraine's Vice PM

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    Ukraine and Iran on Monday signed a memorandum on enhancing economic cooperation between the two countries, Ukrainian Vice Prime Minister Hennadii Zubko said.

    KIEV (Sputnik) Earlier in the day, Zubko arrived in Iran to participate in the session of the Ukrainian-Iranian Joint Commission on trade and economic cooperation.

    "This document will be a specific plan of actions for our countries in development of bilateral cooperation… It is very important that we have come up with a transition to the implementation of specific joint projects and cooperation," Zubko said, as quoted by Ukraine's Ministry of Regional Development, Construction and Housing and Utility Services' press service.

    Zubko added that the sides decided to enhance cooperation in agricultural, metallurgic, mining and aviation spheres.

    In February, Ukrainian Deputy Minister of Economic Trade and Development Nataliya Mykolska said that Kiev considered Iran as a prospective market for Ukrainian goods.

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