The two sides says there is no alternative to finding a political solution to the Syrian and Yemeni crises in line with international law and the UN Charter.
Iran has repeatedly underlined the necessity for an independent government in Syria if the world does not want to have another Libya, Velayati said.
Larijani said both countries enjoy vast potential in the field of trade and economy.
Iran’s ambassador to Spain has said that Tehran and Madrid can tap into their experiences to work on joint energy and non-energy projects.
President Heinz Fischer has said in an opinion piece that the number of Austrian tourists visiting Iran is expected to increase dramatically in the years to come.
Spain’s top diplomat has said that the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action can serve as a catalyst for closer international cooperation.
Rouhani expressed hope that through “determination and collective cooperation,” the entire world would see lasting stability and security.
Mohammad Nahavandian lauded Venezuela's decision to walk down the path of economic development, and said, "Reducing reliance on oil should be prioritized by the economies which are oil-dependent."
President Rouhani and his Kyrgyz counterpart have stressed the need for the two sides to have more cooperation.
Iran and Iraq will expand customs cooperation while taking steps to do away with double taxation and encourage mutual investment in the two countries, said Tayyebnia.