10 May 2024 - 18:00
  • News ID: 641394
Yemen Keen on Expansion of Energy Ties with Iran

SHANA (Tehran) - Yemen’s Ambassador to Tehran Ibrahim Mohammed al-Dailami called for expansion of energy cooperation between his country and Iran along with the exchange of scientific and technical oil data.

He made the remarks in a meeting with Ahmad Asadzadeh, the Iranian deputy petroleum minister for international affairs and trade on the sidelines of the 28th Iran International Oil, Gas, ‎Refining and ‎Petrochemical Exhibition (Iran Oil Show 2024) on Friday.

Despite the cruel sanctions, Iran has succeeded to have commercial exchanges in the international arena in the field of oil, the envoy said.

The diplomat went on to say that private companies in Iran have noteworthy experiences on exploration works, so we can benefit from the capability in Yemen.

Speaking for his part in the meeting, Asadzadeh said, “In recent years, talks have been held between the two countries in the field of oil industry, and we will share all our experiences with the country.”

He expressed his hope that we can witness a strong oil industry in Yemen with cooperation and consultation.

In addition to 1,500 Iranian firms, a sum of 250 companies from 12 countries have taken part in Iran Oil Show 2024, whose motto is “Petroleum industry, production leap and technological optimization”.‎

Participants from the upstream, intermediate and downstream sectors of the oil industry, along with associations and unions of oil industry equipment manufacturers, first-time producers NTBFs are showcasing their achievements in the Iran Oil Show 2024, which is the most important Iranian event related to the oil industry.

Inaugurated on Wednesday, the exhibition will be open to visitors at the Tehran International Permanent Fairground every day from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. (0530 to 1230 GMT) until Saturday.

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