Morteza Shahmirzaei, in a meeting with Abdullah bin Saud Al-Anzi, the
Ambassador of Saudi Arabia to Iran, who visited the Iran Plast exhibition for
the second time, stated that Iran and Saudi Arabia, as two major regional
powers with vast oil and gas resources, have the potential to expand their
He added that Iran's petrochemical industry has achieved significant
milestones and is on a path of development. Iran is ready to collaborate with
major companies such as Aramco and Sabic.
The CEO of the National Petrochemical Company emphasized their delight
in hosting the Saudi Ambassador for the second time at the seventeenth Iran
Plast exhibition. He noted that the two countries are close friends and allies
with no boundaries to their common cooperation.
Shahmirzaei continued by highlighting the highly favorable capacities
within Iran's knowledge-based sectors, domestic manufacturers, project
implementers, and operators of petrochemical projects, expressing readiness to
cooperate with Saudi companies.
Furthermore, he mentioned the excellent investment opportunities
available in Iran's petrochemical industry. Iran is prepared to provide these
opportunities to Sabic and Aramco. Additionally, the diverse range of
petrochemical products, goods, and equipment used in the industry, manufactured
by Iranian producers, can contribute to mutual collaboration.
This meeting at the Iran Plast exhibition underscores the potential for
increased economic cooperation between Iran and Saudi Arabia, particularly in
the booming petrochemical sector.