Iran’s state-run news agency IRNA reports that Iran’s Minister of Energy Ali Akbar Mehrabian and his Tajik counterpart Daler Juma have reviewed joint projects through video conferencing.

During a virtual meeting with the Minister of Energy and Water Resources of Tajikistan on February 28, Mehrabian reportedly emphasized the follow-up of the document of Iran-Tajikistan joint cooperation at the 16th meeting of the Tajik-Iranian Joint Commission for Trade and Economic Cooperation.   

According to IRNA, the Iranian minister thanked the Government of Tajikistan for holding the 16th meeting of the Iran-Tajikistan Joint Commissions for Trade and Economic Cooperation and the Iran-Made Expo in Tajikistan’s capital, Dushanbe.

Emphasizing the readiness of Iranian companies to be active in the projects of Tajikistan, Mehrabian reportedly referred to the services of Iranian companies in all fields, especially in the field of large turbines and technical sectors, noting that Iranian companies can help to speed up projects in Tajikistan.

Talking about the Sangtuda 2 hydropower plant and the construction of a solar power plant in the Vorukh region were among other topics at the virtual meeting of the two sides.