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ST. PETERSBURG, January 19. /TASS/. The Bank of Russia is considering a series of agreements with the Iran’s financial regulator on interaction of companies of both countries on the financial market, Deputy Chairman of the Central Bank Vladimir Chistyukhin said on Tuesday.
"We are currently considering an opportunity of executing a number of cooperation agreements with the Iran’s financial regulator. It means we anticipate the possibility for interaction between our companies and Iranian companies on the financial market," Chistyukhin said.
The press service of the Bank of Russia told TASS on January 18 that sanctions’ lifting from Iran can promote development of bilateral cooperation in several areas, particularly energy, agriculture and defense technology sectors. This may positive influence on economies of both nations, the Russian regulator said.