Slovenian Parliament Speaker Janko Veber in a meeting with Iranian Ambassador to Ljubljana Morteza Darzi Ramandi on Monday voiced his countryˈs willingness to broaden ties between the two countries, specially in parliamentary fields.
ˈThe status, capacities and capabilities of Iran gives me the feeling that Iran is a specific country and the interest shown by the Slovenian companies for expansion of ties is increasing,ˈ the Slovenian parliament speaker said.
He pointed to Slovenian parliamentˈs readiness to support and cooperate for creating the necessary grounds for the further expansion of relations, and said, ˈWe can proceed with our objectives through mutual cooperation.
ˈExchange of views and consultations on parliamentary ties were among other issues of negotiations,ˈ Veber said.
The Iranian ambassador, for his part, pointed to the current status of Iran-Slovenia relations, and said the two states enjoy intact potentials and capacities which need to be utilized in a bid to further expand their bilateral relations.
On March 16, the Iranian Foreign Ministry appointed Darzi Ramandi as the countryˈs new Iranian Ambassador to Slovenia.
Darzi Ramandi served as director-general of public diplomacy and media department of the foreign ministry.
He also served as diplomat at Iranian Embassy in Islamabad and Iranian Mission to the United Nations in New York.
Iran and Slovenia have expanded bilateral relations and mutual cooperation in different fields in recent years.