Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif and a senior foreign policy advisor to Mongolian president have held talks in Tehran.
During the Monday meeting, Mongolian president’s special envoy Lundeg Purevsuren said he was pleased to be on a visit to Iran.
He went on to say that his country is keen to enhance its political relations with Tehran and forge closer cooperation in other areas, particularly in agriculture, transportation, culture and academic areas.
Zarif, in turn, touched upon the age-old relations between the two countries and stressed the need to boost political, cultural, and economic relations.
He also underlined the importance of cooperation between private and state-run companies of both sides while emphasizing the need to work together closely in the fields of technology, banking, and oil as well as fighting terrorism and extremism.