This takes place after a major Qatari-brokered deal between Washington and Tehran.
Iran’s Central Bank governor, Mohammad Reza Farzin, and his Qatari counterpart, Bandar bin Mohamed Al Thani met in Doha on Wednesday to facilitate the financial transition, the official Iranian news agency IRNA reported.
According to the news agency, they also discussed ways to enhance bilateral financial and banking relations. The two governors brought up their countries' numerous economic capabilities and various opportunities to expand bilateral trade cooperation, stressing the need to promote financial and banking cooperation between them.
Governor of the Central Bank of Iran Mohammad Reza Farzin and his Qatari counterpart Sheikh Bandar bin Mohammed bin Saoud Al-Thani have agreed to begin banking operations to use the Iranian side from its released funds in Qatar.https://t.co/nBchb8vzG9pic.twitter.com/FNeK85DZa5