TEHRAN, Young Journalists Club (YJC) - The documents were signed at the end of Iran-Ghana 6th joint commission by Iranian Minister Agriculture Mahmoud Hojjati and Ghana’s Minister of Trade and Industry Alan John Kyerematen.
Based on the documents, Iran and Ghana are going to expand cooperation in exports of technical and engineering services on mapping, sports, education and allocating 6.000 hectares land in Ghana to Iran for overseas farming, Hojjati said after signing the MoU.
Iranian private sector is going to work with Ghana on water transfer to Ghana, establishing cement factory and establishing a production line for tractor.
Alan John Kyerematen, for his part, said his country is going to establish 200 industrial towns, adding that Iran can establish at least 100 ones.
“Ghana calls for joint investment and strategic participation between trade sectors of the two sides.”