Vice president and head of Iran’s Cultural Heritage, Handcrafts and Tourism Organization on Tuesday called for establishment of a joint fund for exchange of digital currency between Tehran and New Delhi, AVA Diplomatic reports.
Iran and India can develop tourism among the two countries by establishing a joint fund for exchange of digital currencies, Ali Asghar Mounesan said in a meeting with the Indian Ambassador to Tehran Saurabh Kumar.
He also said that the Indian tourists can acquire their Electronic Visa (e-Visa) at Iranian International Airports.
During the meeting, the Indian envoy said that after issuance of e-visa in the Iranian airports, the number of Indian tourists visiting Iran has significantly increased.
Referring to the strong commitment among the Iranian and Indian officials to develop two countries’ ties, Kumar called for execution of two countries’ cooperation documents.