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The St. Petersburg government and Tehran's City Hall have signed a memorandum on mutual understanding and cooperation
The document was signed by governor of St. Petersburg Valentina Matviyenko, currently on a routine visit to Iran, and Tehran's Mayor Mahmoud Ahmadi-Nejad, a RIA Novosti correspondent reports. Ms. Matviyenko pointed out the necessity to expand inter-regional economic cooperation. "Trade turnover between St. Petersburg and Iran grew by 40% and totaled $21 million in the last nine months," she noted. The St. Petersburg governor focused on the possibilities of her region and expressed interest in the development of links in the industrial, cultural, hi-tech and other spheres and the solution of problems of a big city. In her opinion, the sides may consider supplies of subway carriages produced in St. Petersburg to Tehran. The sides agreed to develop student and information exchanges, tourism business and build trade and exposition centers in the two cities. The medal in honor of St. Petersburg's 300th anniversary marked in 2003 was handed to the Iranian side following the talks.
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