Iran, Cuba Stress Boosting of Economic Cooperation

A02237763.jpgIran’s Foreign Minister Manouchehr Mottaki and Cuba’s First Vice-President Raul Castro Ruz stressed the need for the deepening of economic cooperation between the two countries. A report released by the Foreign Ministry’s Information and Press Bureau said that during the meeting, Castro and Mottaki discussed important international issues and exchanged views over other issues of mutual interest.

The two sides also underlined the necessity for continued efforts to further reinvigorate the role of the Non-Aligned Movement (NAM).

The Iranian and Cuban officials further reviewed expansion of bilateral ties, and emphasized the deepening of the two countries’ ties and economic cooperation.

They also stressed that the two states’ economic relations should be promoted to the level of their political ties.

Also during the meeting, Mottaki briefed Castro about the current developments in Iran.

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