Baku. 18 October. REPORT.AZ/ Iran and Azerbaijan plan to launch a joint website for online sale of goods.
Report informs referring to the IRNA, Iranian Minister of Communications and Information Technology Mahmoud Vaezi said at a meeting with his Azerbaijani counterpart Ramin Guluzade in Tehran.
According to him, the website will facilitate the purchase of customers in both countries and boost mutual electronic commerce.
The Iranian minister said that sellers in Iran will send and receive goods through the postal system of the country, the main postal savings bank and Payam Airport. He also added that for this purpose a special committee will be established.
M.Vaezi pointed out that cooperation between the two countries in the field of communications and information technology, particularly in the sectors of mail and e-commerce is on the rise.
According to him, Tehran will learn from Baku in satellite technology, and Baku - Tehran's achievements in the field of information technology.
The minister called on Iranian companies to participate in the International Telecommunications Exhibition Bakutel 2016 in Azerbaijan, December 2016, to explore opportunities for cooperation.
Notably, Azerbaijani Minister of Communications and High Technologies Ramin Guluzade has arrived in Tehran on Monday as the head of an economic delegation for talks on strengthening mutual ties.