Thursday, 16 July 2020

Iran proposes joint fund for exchanging digital currency with India

Iran's Cultural Heritage Handicrafts and Tourism Organization (ICHHTO) called for establishing a joint fund for exchange of digital currency between Tehran and New Delhi.
The request was submitted to India's Ambassador Saurabh Kumar on Tuesday by Ali Asghar Mounesan, ICHHTO's president, IRNA reported.

Iran and India can develop tourism by establishing a joint fund for exchanging digital currencies, added Mounesan.

He further said Indian tourists can obtain their electronic visa (e-visa) at Iran's international airports.

During the meeting, the Indian envoy noted that the number of Indian tourists visiting Iran has significantly increased following the activation of the mechanism to issue e-visa at Iranian airports.

Referring to the strong commitment of Iranian and Indian officials to develop ties between the two countries, Kumar called for the implementation of the cooperation documents signed between New Delhi and Tehran.

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