Iran welcomes the presence, cooperation and investment of all EU members, including Norway, in economic and cultural areas, said Nahavandian in a meeting with the Norwegian ambassador.
Mohammad Nahavandian, President Rouhani’s chief of staff, said on Saturday that Iran’s policy on its nuclear program is transparent and there is no reason for concern in this regard.
He made the remark in a meeting in Tehran with new Norwegian Ambassador to Iran Aud Lise Norheim.
Nahavandian said that the negotiations between Iran and P5+1 could not proceed forever.
Underlining the need to conclude the nuclear talks within the specified timetable, Nahavandian called for further contribution of EU members, Norway in particular, to settlement of the 12-year-old dispute.
Nahavandian referred to enormous potential for investment in Iran and said that the Islamic Republic of Iran welcomes the presence, cooperation and investment of all EU members, including Norway, in economic and cultural areas.
Meanwhile, the Norwegian ambassador said that different Norwegian companies are willing to be present in Iran.
Norheim said that during her tenure in Tehran, she will make every effort to help boost bilateral cooperation between Iran and Norway.