Swedish Prime Minister Stefan Löfven, at the head of a trade delegation, will pay an official visit to Iran on February 11-12.
Löfven will hold talks with Iranian officials over trade relations, bilateral cooperation and regional development, Mehr News Agency reported.
The delegation is comprised of representatives of a number of Swedish public companies and agencies.
Sweden’s Minister of EU Affairs and Trade Ann Linde will accompany Löfven on the trip to Iran.
Iran has long been one of the most important markets for Swedish exports in the Middle East. A number of Swedish companies are now active in Iran.