Iran, Slovenia stress expansion of bilateral ties

Zarif has welcomed Erjavec’s statement on reopening the Slovenian embassy and the establishment of the Slovenian Chamber of Commerce in Tehran.

Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif and his Slovenian counterpart Karl Viktor Erjavec agreed on expansion of bilateral relations at a meeting Tuesday in New York.

The two top diplomats stressed closer cooperation through exchanges of diplomatic, parliamentary and trade delegations.

At the meeting held on the sidelines of the UN General Assembly, Zarif welcomed Erjavec’s statement on reopening the Slovenian embassy and the establishment of the Slovenian Chamber of Commerce in Tehran.

The Slovenian foreign minister expressed condolences to his Iranian counterpart over the deaths of thousands of Hajj pilgrims in Saudi Arabia including Iran’s former ambassador to Ljubljana.

An Iran visit by the Slovenian president was also discussed at the meeting.

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