TEHRAN (Fars News Agency)- Sudanese Ambassador to Tehran viewed close relations and cordial ties among parliaments of the Muslim states as the best solution to the problems and challenges of the world of Islam.
Sudanese Ambassador to Tehran Abdullah Khezr Bashir met with Iran’s Islamic Consultative Assembly Speaker Gholam Ali Haddad Adel here on Wednesday, a report released by the News and Media Department of the Islamic Consultative Assembly said.
During the meeting the diplomat described his country’s ties with the Islamic Republic of Iran excellent and said, “The present conditions dominating the world of Islam require increasing development of relations among Muslim states.”
“And in compliance with the same goal, Sudan is willing for the deepening of ties with the Islamic Republic of Iran,” he continued.
Reiterating the need for enhanced solidarity among Muslim countries, the Ambassador said, “That a part of the ideals of the Islamic community has not materialized originates in a lack of serious efforts for achieving full unity to solve the existing problems.”
For his part, Iranian Parliament Speaker Gholam Ali Haddad Adel described the two countries’ relations excellent and said Iran attaches special significance to its relations with Sudan, as the largest African country with an ancient civilization.
He further expressed pleasure with the development of the two states’ economic and political ties and cooperation in recent months and praised Sudan’s stances on Iran’s nuclear issue at the international circles.
The top legislative official also expressed much happiness for the conclusion of the peace agreement and solution of problems in southern Sudan and expressed hope that the present crisis in the western parts of that country would soon be settled down as a result of proper plans by the Sudanese officials.
Also during the meeting, the Sudanese Ambassador to Tehran submitted a written invitation from his country’s parliament speaker to Haddad Adel.