Morteza Moradian made the remarks in a ceremony to commemorate the arrival of Iranian new year at the Iranian embassy in Copenhagen, which was attended by Iranians living in Denmark as well as some other Iranian officials.

The Iranian envoy made the remarks in a ceremony marking Norouz (the start of New Year in Iran) attended by some cultural and academic officials and managers.

Referring to the signing of a $ 500 million guarantee contract for investment in Iran and bilateral agreements reached on intellectual property, Moradian said :

“we will see more increase in economic relations between the two countries.”

Moradian pointed to incredible number of Iranians (about 26,000) living in Denmark and praised the Iranian residents for their high levels of education and economic activities, adding that Iranian private companies have had a great impact on the development of bilateral relations.

According to statistics, this increase in the trade relations between the two countries occurred while the trade volume between the two stood at $175 million and $270 million in 2015 and 2016 respectively.

Also present in the ceremony were Qader Quorbani Asl, the representative of the Iranian ministries of health, medical education and treatment, and science and technology, as well as some professors and students of Persian language and literature at the Copenhagen University.

Source: Mehr News