Currently, Iran’s trade transactions with other countries are generally carried out in the euro, dirham, yuan, ruble, rupee, and dinar currencies, CBI Governor Mohammadreza Farzin said on Saturday.
Tourism and non-commercial transactions are made with the dominant currencies of the euro and the US dollar.
He further added that removing the US dollar from non-commercial and tourist transactions occurred for the first time in the country during the Arbaeen March this year.
Iran attends first SCO official meet
MEHR – Following the approval of Iran’s full membership in the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO), a delegation from the country participated in the 40th session of the Regional Anti-Terrorist Structure (RATS) Council of the organization in Astana on Friday.
The participants appreciated the efforts of regional countries in combating terrorism and extremism, and paid tribute to the victims, forces, and military commanders including the martyred General Qassem Soleimani.