Tehran (IP) - The economic adviser of the Kenyan embassy in Tehran announced that his country is ready to attract Iranian investors and vice versa.

Iran PressIran News: "We will have interactions in oil, pharmaceutical and medical products with Iran," said David Karanja, attending the Iran-East Africa Trade Development Conference in Tehran on Thursday.

"Iran and East Africa are both producers and consumers, and East Africa has good opportunities in labor, raw materials and produced items," said the Kenyan embassy economic adviser.

"Kenya is now successful in exporting tea, coffee industry, and tropical fruits," the economic adviser added.


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