TEHRAN (Fars News Agency) – Zimbabwe President Robert Mugabe returned home from a three-day state visit to Iran which saw Harare and Teheran sign six agreements to intensify political and economic cooperation.
The relations between Zimbabwe and Iran are expected to be taken to a higher level following the agreements to cooperate in agriculture, oil industry, economic, technical and education and aid assistance.
The two countries’ delegations also issued a joint political communiquÃ© and signed the minutes of their Fifth Joint Commission meeting, confirming their satisfaction at the outcome.
In the joint communiquÃ©, the two countries emphasized the importance of expanding and strengthening their relations on political, economic and cultural cooperation and developing common positions on issues of mutual interest.
They agreed to increase exchange of technical and specialized delegations to strengthen political, economic and cultural relations.
Zimbabwe and Iran also agreed to strengthen cooperation between their private sectors and urged them to participate in the trade and economic activities between the two countries.