Majlis Seeks Boosting Economic Cooperation With Friendly Countries
IRAN NEWS NATIONAL DESK
TEHRAN – Head of Iran-Romania Parliamentary Friendship Group Mohammad Mehdi Mofatteh says Majlis approach is to boost economic cooperation with friendly countries like Romania and supports any cooperation on course to developing bilateral cooperation.
Mofatteh on Monday met Romanian Ambassador to Tehran Adrian Kozjacski and during the meeting, both explored ways for boosting cooperation.
In the meeting, Mofatteh pointed to the old and historic relation of Iran and Romania and said Majlis supports boosting cooperation with neighboring and friendly countries especially Romania. He reiterated that the Islamic Republic of Iran has made its relations with friendly countries based on mutual respect and this will be the same regarding ties with Romania.
He then pointed to the capabilities and capacities of both countries, saying that parliamentarian cooperation and exchanges of delegations in the level of the parliamentary friendship group as well as specialized commissions of parliaments of both countries are considered strong backing for bilateral relation.
Mofatteh then pointed to the U.S. and Zionist regime hostile approaches against Iran, saying that experiences from the eight-year imposed Iraq war and sanctions imposed by the Western countries have taught Iranians to rely on their domestic capabilities for defending their land and providing security.
The Majlis lawmaker also pointed to the assassination of Iranian scientist and accounted Zionist regime for this horrible crime and urged European countries to condemn it.
Kozjacski, for his part, termed Iran-Romania relation an old and friendly one, saying that so far there has been no dark point in the bilateral relation and this amicable relation provides a bright outlook for future interactions between the two nations and governments.
He further said that continuation of economic cooperation between both countries in the post-JCPOA era indicates the deep relation between both countries without considering any event happening in the international scene.
Kozjacski noted that parliaments of both countries are symbols of national ideals of their own people and parliament plays a key role in bolstering bilateral ties.
He also condemned the assassination of Iranian scientist Mohsen Fakhrizadeh.