The first batch of cars from the Iranian company Saipa arrived in Venezuela, including 1,000 Quick and Saina cars.
The Minister of Transport of Venezuela arrived at the port of arrival of the cargo, where he personally supervised the process of unloading containers with these vehicles.
The contract for the purchase of these cars was concluded in November last year between the Iranian automaker SAIPA and Venezuela.
It is expected that after the shipment is completed, the second batch of these vehicles in the amount of two thousand vehicles will be sent to Venezuela.
In view of Venezuela’s request to import 200,000 vehicles from Iran’s SAIPA, the two sides agreed to restart the SAIPA vehicle production line in Venezuela.