Rostam Ghasemi, Minister of Roads and Urban Development, discussed mutual relations on relevant issues with four envoys to the Islamic Republic of Iran, including Algeria, Romania, Syria and Armenia.
During his meeting with Shafiq Dayoub, Syrian Ambassador to the Islamic Republic of Iran, on Saturday, Ghasemi said that the new government of the Islamic Republic of Iran is keen to strengthen economic, political and cultural cooperation with the Syrian Arab Republic.
As the head of the Iran-Syria Joint Economic Commission, he said drastic measures will be taken in this regard in accordance with the strengthening of bilateral relations in all fields.
The two countries Iran and Syria are now facing problems in the area of â€‹â€‹bakery transactions, the issue of which would be resolved in the very near future, Ghasemi said.
During his meeting with Romanian envoy to Iran Mirela-Carmen Grecu, he highlighted the long history of cooperation between Iran and Romania which dates back 120 years and said that the principle of the Iranian government’s foreign policy is based on respect, peace and friendship between nations and also forging constructive interactions with countries of the world, especially Romania in an important region of the Balkans and the Black Sea.
During the meeting of Iranian minister and Armenian envoy to Iran Artashesh Toumanian, the two sides exchanged views on relevant issues related to international transit and transport between the two countries.
The two sides also discussed road transit, ensuring security and facilitation of transit between Iran and Armenia and connecting railways between the two countries, continuing an agreement to establish the corridor of Persian Gulf – Black Sea international transport and stressed the need to accelerate this Contract.
During the meeting with Abdel Moneim Ahriz, envoy of the People’s Democratic Republic of Algeria in Iran, Ghasemi expressed his satisfaction with the continuation of the secular, historical and friendly relations between Iran and Algeria and stressed the need for ” expand bilateral cooperation in all economic fields. , political and cultural fields.
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