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UK ambassador: British companies keen on investing in Iran's market

After the landmark nuclear deal, many of the British firms are willing to return to Iran's market, said the British ambassador to Iran.

Speaking in a meeting with local officials in Gilan Province, Nicholas Hopton said it was an honor for him to attend the endorsement ceremony of the presidential decree and swearing-in ceremony of President Hassan Rouhani held in Tehran.

He asserted that the attendance of the British delegation in both ceremonies indicates promotion of Tehran-London's relations and Britain's full support for the implementation of Iran-G5+1 landmark nuclear deal.

Hopton visited Gilan Province to discuss ways to boost trade and economic ties with the northern province of Iran which according to the British envoy enjoys a number of common points with Britain. He referred to vast tea plantation farms of Gilan as well as its wind farms as two examples of common points for promotion of cooperation between Iran and Britain. He voiced London's readiness to provide Iran with experiences in the field of modern energies including wind turbines.

During the last decade, Iran has made steps in decreasing dependency on fossil fuels through investing in renewable energy of wind power, and established many wind farms across the country including in Manjil and Rudbar cities.

Mohammad Ali Najafi, Governor of Gilan, also underlined that European presence in Iran has significantly increased after the conclusion of nuclear deal between Tehran and the world six major powers.

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