Foreign ministers of Iran and Togo at a meeting in Tehran discussed a range of issues, including joint action against terrorism and extremism.
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif and his Togolese counterpart Komlan Edo Robert Dussey held the meeting in Tehran on Sunday.
The two senior diplomats talked about Tehran-Lomé ties, promotion of economic cooperation, the latest regional and international developments, and joint efforts in the fight against terrorism.
In May, Iranian President Hassan Rouhani said Iran attaches great significance to friendly relations with African nations, including Togo.
He also called for closer interaction between Iran and the West African nation in the fight against terrorism and settlement of regional and international conflicts.
Expansion of relations with African nations in all fields is top on the agenda of Iran’s foreign policy.