News ID: 150747
Published: 0326 GMT May 03, 2016

Rouhani receives new envoys

Rouhani receives new envoys

President Hassan Rouhani met new ambassadors from Ukraine, Montenegro, Lithuania, Iceland, Bangladesh, Togo in Tehran on Tuesday.

In separate meetings, the new envoys submitted their credentials to Rouhani, president.ir reported.

In separate meetings with the six countries' envoys in Tehran, the president discussed ways to further broaden relations with the countries.

In the meeting with Ukrainian Ambassador Sergei Buldiliak, Rouhani said the post-sanctions era has opened up an opportunity for Tehran and Kiev to promote bilateral cooperation.

Iran is eager to expand political, economic and cultural relations with Ukraine, he said.

The European envoy also said he sees good prospects for cooperation between the two nations.

In the meeting with Montenegro's Accredited Ambassador to Tehran Branko Milic, Rouhani said the government is ready to expand relations with Montenegro in the economic, energy, industrial and tourism fields.

Milic, too, emphasized that a good atmosphere exists for the promotion of cooperation between Podgorica and Tehran.

Also, in a separate meeting with the new Bangladeshi envoy to Tehran, Majibur Rahman Bhuiyan,  Rouhani called Bangladesh as a brotherly and friendly country, and said, "The Islamic Republic of Iran is ready to expand its relations with Bangladesh in different economic, political, cultural and trade fields."

He also described development of scientific and academic ties, transfer of technical and engineering experiences and expansion of tourism ties as other fields to enhance Tehran-Dhaka cooperation.

"The Islamic Republic of Iran is ready to expand its relations with Togo in different economic, cultural and political fields and other areas of mutual interest," Rouhani said in a meeting with Togo’s new accredited ambassador to Iran, Mohamed Sad Ouro-Sama.

He also underlined that promotion of relations and cooperation with the African states is among Iran's principled policies.

   
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