Vaezi: Tehran, Baku to launch joint website for online shopping

Vaezi: Tehran, Baku to launch joint website for online shopping

Tehran, Oct 17, IRNA – The Islamic Republic and the Republic of Azerbaijan are trying to launch a joint website for purchasing commodities online, says Iran's minister of Communications and Information Technology.

Mahmoud Vaezi made the remarks in a meeting with Minister of Communications and High Technologies of the Azerbaijan Republic Ramin Guluzadeh here on Monday.

Vaezi said that the website is to facilitate e-trade and prepare possibility for easy purchase of goods by people in both countries.

He added that all goods produced in the two neighboring nations are to be presented in the website designed for online shopping.

Vaezi said that the commodity vendors in Iran are going to rely on the Post system, the Post Bank and Payam Airport to dispatch and deliver purchased goods.

According to the Iranian minister, a committee is expected to be established to follow up issues related to launching the website and establishment of e-commerce between the two countries.

Vaezi also said that mutual relations are on the rise between Iran and the Republic of Azerbaijan in the field of communications and information technology, especially in the postal and e-trade areas.

He added that Tehran is to use Baku's experiences in the field of satellite technology and Baku is to use Iran's achievements in the field of information technology.

Vaezi encouraged the Iranian companies to participate in the Bakutel Exhibition in Azerbaijan Republic in December, to use experiences possessed by the country.

Ramin Guluzadeh heading an economic delegation arrived in Tehran on Monday morning.



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