Iran to build power plants in Ecuador
Two countries to enjoy increased collaboration
Iran plans to build two power plants in Ecuador, first vice president Mohammad Reza Rahimi has been reported as saying.
"Both sides agreed to expand cooperation in all fields," he said, prior to Ecuadorian first vice president Lenin Moreno left yesterday, IRNA reported.
"Iranian experts will soon start building two power plants in that country," he added.
Oil cooperation was also discussed during the meeting, as the two countries look to strengthen ties.
Moreno arrived in Tehran last Friday in order to discuss issues such as gas, foodstuff and construction.
Earlier this year Iran signed an agreement with Georgia for the construction of two hydroelectric power plants in the country.
The plants will be located in the west of Georgia and is one of the biggest industrial development plans between the two countries.