Foreign ministers of Iran and Kazakhstan have discussed issues of mutual interest in a meeting in Tehran.
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif sat down with his Kazakh opposite number Kairat Abdrakhmanov on Friday evening.
During the meeting, the top Kazakh diplomat said his country is keen to expand its relations with Iran and implement the agreements already reached by both sides.
He specifically underlined the need to boost cooperation in the tourism sector, and said Astana is interested in taking the necessary steps to further enhance bilateral ties in that area.
The two sides also discussed promotion of mutual cooperation, particularly in the banking sector
Zarif and Abdrakhmanov also stressed the need for increase collaborations in international circles, launching a joint campaign against terrorists, boosting the trend of Astana talks on Syria, enhancing scientific and technological collaboration, tackling pollution caused by particulate matter, and boosting transit cooperation.