The representative of the Iran and Africa Business Club said: Businessmen and economic activists can use the transport capacities created by the Iran and Africa Business Club to move goods to African countries and vice versa.
Rezaei, a representative of the Iran and Africa Business Club, stated in the Chamber of Commerce, at the joint meeting of several ambassadors of the Islamic Republic of Iran with businessmen and economic activists: Businessmen and economic activists who become members of the Iran and Africa Business Club can use the facilities provided in this complex to move their imported and exported goods.
She added: In addition to providing routes for transporting goods, financial transfers and introduction of companies in the target market are also other benefits that are intended for members.
A group of Iranian businessmen, private, government, and knowledge-based companies were present at this meeting. The audience introduced their companies, which declared the problem of the transportation system of goods and financial exchanges in the African continent as obstacles to their presence in this continent, and complained about the lack of support from the government sector in this area.
In the continuation of this meeting, Iranian ambassadors in Burkina Faso, Congo, Uganda, and Kenya introduced business opportunities in the countries they are responsible for.