The agreement was signed by the Iranian and Kazakh agriculture ministers after the 16th meeting of the two countries' joint economic committee.
According to commentators, the memorandum covers issues such as foreign land cultivation, poultry industry, veterinary cooperation, and air transport.
Hojati, Iran's agriculture minister, who left Tehran for Kazakhstan on Friday to attend a meeting of the joint economic committee of the two countries spoke with the Kazakh prime minister about ways to boost bilateral relations. At the meeting, the two sides emphasized the need to expand relations in all fields, especially in the economic sectors.
At the meeting, the Prime Minister of Kazakhstan also emphasized the the readiness of his country to increase the volume of trade between each other.