Iran Welcomes Expansion of Ties with African States

Iran’s President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad voiced his country’s inclination to develop ties with different American and African countries. According to a statement released by the Presidential Press Office, Ahmadinejad made the remarks in separate meetings with Iran’s new ambassadors to Mexico and Congo here in Tehran on Wednesday.

Also during the meeting, the president reminded ambassadors’ significant role in developing relations among countries, and added, “As representatives of Iranian nation and government, ambassadors can play an effective role in the promotion of Tehran’s relations with various countries through transfer of the Iranian Islamic culture and introducing the various and ample potentials and capabilities of Iran to other countries.”

Also during the meeting, Iran’s new ambassador to Mexico Mohammad Hassan Ghadiri Abyaneh and Iran’s new ambassador to Congo Hamid Reza Qomi briefed the president about the latest developments in the countries of their mission and their programs for developing the Islamic Republic’s ties with the aforesaid states.

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