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Tajikistan has pledged to cooperate with Iran following the recent terrorist attack at the Shah Cheragh shrine in Shiraz which was carried out by a Tajik national.
The presidents of Iran and Tajikistan have said Tehran and Dushanbe must continue talks and consultations over ways of implementing their agreements given the huge potential to expand bilateral ties.
Iran and Tajikistan have signed 18 cooperation agreements in political , economic, trade, technological, cultural and other fields in the presence of the presidents of the two countries.
Iranian President Ebrahim Rasisi has officially welcomed his visiting Tajik counterpart Emomali Rahmon at Sa’dabad historical complex in Tehran.
An Iranian official says the value of trade with Tajikistan witnessed a 463-percent rise in the past Persian calendar year, expressing hope for a further boost to economic cooperation between the two nations that have many commonalities in different spheres.
The secretary of Iran’s Supreme National Security Council will visit Tajikistan to take part in the fourth security dialog meeting scheduled to be held in the country’s capital city of Dushanbe on Friday.
The expansion of military interactions with Tajikistan is among the main priorities of the Islamic Republic's Armed Forces given the two countries' strategic position in west and central Asia, a senior Iranian military commander says.
Iran has launched a drone manufacturing factory in Tajikistan. The factory was inaugurated in the Tajik capital Dushanbe by Chairman of Iran’s Joint Chiefs of Staff General Mohamamd Bagheri and Tajikistan’s Defense Minister General Shir Ali Mirza.
Chief of Staff of Iranian Armed Forces Major General Mohammad Bagheri and Defense Minister of Tajikistan Sherali Mirzo, in a meeting in Dushanbe on Monday, called for enhanced mutual cooperation in the fight against terrorism.
The presidents of Iran and Tajikistan, Ebrahim Raisi and Emomali Rahmon, have stressed the need for coordination between the two countries to ensure security in the region.
The Iranian ambassador to Tajikistan said his country’s sixth exclusive exhibition in Tajikistan would be a desirable opportunity for the economic development.
Iran’s President Ebrahimi Raisi has expressed hope that bilateral ties with Tajikistan will further expand given the political will of the two countries.
President of the Tajikistan Republic Emomali Rahmon has, in a message, congratulated his Iranian counterpart Ebrahim Raisi on the anniversary of the establishment of Tehran-Dushanbe diplomatic relations.
The situation on Afghan-Tajik border causes concern and alarm, Russian President Vladimir Putin said in a meeting with his Tajik counterpart Emomali Rakhmon.
Iran’s President Ebrahim Raisi has highlighted the expanding relations between Iran and Tajikistan at a meeting with his Tajik counterpart, saying the very good relations between the two countries in the fields of trade, culture and economy will continue forcefully.
The threat of terrorism rising from Afghanistan is on the increase, and the situation on the Afghan-Tajik border remains tense, Secretary of the Security Council of the Republic of Tajikistan warns.
Terrorists are scaling up their activities in the regions near the Tajikistan-Afghanistan border, Tajik Foreign Minister Sirojiddin Muhriddin said on Wednesday at a ministerial meeting of Afghanistan's neighboring countries in Tehran.
Iranian President Ebrahim Raeisi says Iran and Tajikistan have many historical, religious and cultural commonalities and they should use these capabilities to further strengthen their relations and cooperation.
Iranian Foreign Minister Hossein Amirabdollahian and his Tajik counterpart Sirojiddin Muhriddin have discussed the latest developments in the relations between the two countries, especially in the fields of economy, political relations and cultural cooperation.
The Iranian president says all terrorist groups must be eradicated from Afghanistan and that Iran will not allow the Daesh terror group to find a safe haven in that country.
Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi and his Tajik counterpart Emomali Rahmon have underlined the need to enhance relations and cooperation between the two countries.