Talking to the Netherlands' dailies and TV networks on Wednesday, he added that given its wide-sale capacities and strategic location in western Asia, Iran has broadened its trade ties with different countries, including those of Europe and signed remarkable accords with other countries.
Referring to massive turnout in Iran's presidential elections on May 19, Jahangiri described the public participation as a great backing for constructive interaction with the world.
Iran is prepared for collaboration with other countries in the field of economy more than economy, he said.
Jahangiri reiterated certain countries' enthusiasm in transferring capital and technology to Iran as significant, and said that new opportunities have been created for investing in Iran and concluding deals with it.
Pointing t to development of ties between Iran and the Netherlands following the implementation of the nuclear deal, the ambassador said that dozens of political, economic and commercial delegations have been exchanged between the two countries and their economic exchanges is projected to increase by 50 percent compared to the year earlier.
'Iran has always welcomed presence of the Holland companies as well as their investment in Iran and Iran's Embassy to in Hague has tried to remove obstacles in the way of Holland investors' presence in the country's various economic sectors,' he said.
Iran's tourism attractions serve as a major element for promoting tourism industry, Iran's historic and natural specifications has prompted the tourists visiting Iran for the first time to ask for another trip to the country and Iran's Embassy to Holland has set up an electronic visa system to help facilitate Holland tourists' visit to Iran.