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This article provides information about sanctions that were removed from the Islamic Republic of Iran as well as provides information of the main areas of trade relations, the which development may create economic benefits for the Russian Federation within the framework of the above-mentioned bilateral economic relations. The subject of this article is trade and economic relations after the lifting of economic sanctions from the Islamic Republic of Iran. The goal of this article is to identify the most potentially profitable branches of Iran, where the expansion of the Russian economic presence is required. The methodology of this study was a general scientific method of analysis. The result of this article is the author’s proposal to expand certain areas of trade relations between the Russian Federation and the Islamic Republic of Iran with the provision of statistical data on their development since the lifting of sanctions from Iran. The results of scientific research can be used by participants in foreign economic activity who are interested in expanding their trade and economic relations.

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K A Omarov

The Diplomatic Academy of the Russian Foreign Ministry

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Omarov K.A., Ph.D. student, The Diplomatic Academy of the Russian Foreign Ministry.

Ostozhenka str., 53/2, Moscow, Russia, 119034


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