TEHRAN, Young Journalists Club (YJC) - They also conferred on regional and international developments as well as the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) signed between Iran and P5+1.
Earlier in February, the Central Bank of Iran signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Japan’s Financial Services Agency (JFSA) in a bid to facilitate the interactions between the two countries’ accredited banks.
“An MoU was signed between CBI and JFSA to pave the way for sharing banking experiences between the two countries,” JFSA Director General for International Affairs Massatu Kanda said.
Deputy Governor of Central Bank of Iran Farshad Heydari said that Tehran and Tokyo have had good cooperation in the field of training manpower.
The Japanese government expressed willingness to allocate $6.9 billion to fund five projects in Iran to further expand bilateral relations between the two countries.
"Tokyo is going to continue its assistance of up to 40 billion Japanese Yen annually for the next four years starting in 2017," the Japanese embassy in Tehran said on a press release.
The embassy noted that the allocation of the aid was confirmed in the Brussels Conference on Afghanistan in October 2016 and will be extended through international organizations and UN bodies.