TEHRAN, Feb 17 (KUNA) -- Iran does not have frozen assets in the Sultanate of Oman, IRNA quoted Governor of Central Bank of Iran (CBI) Valiollah Seif as saying on Friday.
According to IRNA, Seif pointed to establishing a mechanism for opening a special account for settling the inter alia interactions in the two countries' currencies.
"We also discussed connecting national switch cards of both countries to each other," he reiterated.
He indicated that there were talks with Omani officials on promoting cooperation and banking system, revealing that the two countries will sign some memos in this regard.
Meanwhile, Iranian Ministry of Road and Urban Development announced that it reached a final agreement to fund the purchase of 77 planes, including Airbus and Boeing aircraft.
In addition to buying 77 new planes, there are negotiations to finance buying 17 Airbus, six Boeing and 8 ATR planes, the ministry's website said.
It added that there are talks with Germany's MTU Company on fixing and supplying spare parts.
After reaching the nuclear deal with the world powers, Iran signed an MoU to purchase 80 Boeing planes worth USD 16.6 billion, 100 Airbus passenger planes worth USD 17 billion and 20 mid-sized ATR aircraft worth USD 400 million. (end)