Iran Chief of Staff of Presidential Office Mahmoud Vaezi and Azeri Deputy Prime Minister Shahin Mustafayev, underlined on Monday that there is no obstacle on way of trade and economic cooperation between the two neighboring countries.
During a phone conversation, the two officials underlined the need to share experiences to contain the COVID-19 pandemic.
They noted that the two countries will develop trade and transport relations despite the spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19).
Vaezi and Mustafayev vowed that Iran and Azerbaijan will not spare any joint effort to restore the level of bilateral trade relations to those of before the pandemic.
Completion of the international north-south corridor was also discussed by the two officials and the two officials underlined the significance of the joint project.
They stressed that implementation of joint projects and expansion of cooperation on the different railway and road sectors would benefit the two countries and the entire region as well.