Indonesia calls for enhancing oil, gas cooperation with Iran
Kuala Lumpur, March 10, IRNA – Member of Indonesian parliament Fazel Mohammad expressed the hope for his country to develop relations in the field of oil and gas with Iran.
Purchasing gas is among such cooperation, Mohammad said.
Referring to the fact that Iran and Indonesian companies still have cooperation in various fields, he said exchanges transaction is now over 300 million dollars.
The figure has the capacity to be increased to over 2-3 billion dollars, the Republica website reported.
An Iranian parliamentary delegation headed by chairman of Iran-Indonesia parliamentary friendship group Mahmoud Sadeqi arrived in Jakarta on March 5.
The meeting aimed at holding talks with Indonesian political and parliamentary officials.
Developing bilateral ties in parliamentary field, regional and international developments and issues of mutual interests were among topics discussed by both sides.