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Russia and Iran intend to switch to mutual settlements in national currencies
According to Mehdi Sanai, the Iranian ambassador to Moscow, the countries intend to switch to mutual settlements in national currencies, RIA Novosti reports.
The ambassador noted that in the 2014 year the relations of the partners were actively developing, but to further stimulate their development it is necessary to solve the remaining problems, one of which is settlements and money transfers.
To solve this problem, Russia and Iran plan to create "A common bank, or a common account, so that you can pay in rials and rubles", - Mehdi Sanai explained.
The partners also agreed to create a working group on this issue.