Armenian official calls for Iran’s fuel
Dec 19 2004
TEHRAN, Dec. 19 (MNA) – Khachaturian, the governor-general of
Armenian Siunik Province on Sunday called for Iran to provide fuel
and fertilizers required by the farmers of his province. According
to ISNA, Khachaturian visiting governor-general of the Iranian East
Azarbaijan Province, Mohammad Ali Sobhanollahi said that Iran-Armenia
ties and East Azarbaijan-Siunik relations should be in the way to
represent a model for other provinces.
“We attempt to carry out the previously made contracts between the
two provinces coupled with fulfilling duties in implementation of
contracts signed by presidents of Iran and Armenia”, he stated.
The Armenian governor-general also said that dam construction and
the third electricity transmission line are among projects that are
presently being implemented between the two countries.
In his part, Sobhanollahi said, “Our cooperation in agricultural,
medical, and sanitary fields has been started, as presently Siunik
exports cement and meat to East Azarbaijan. In return, we can help
Siunik modernize its agricultural sector.”
In conclusion, the Iranian governor-general called for the
re-establishment of Tabriz-Yerevan airline as well as removing the
impediments in expansion of ties between the two provinces.