Iran Ready to Implement Energy Projects in Djibouti

A03485153.jpgTEHRAN (Fars News Agency)- Iran’s First Vice President Parviz Davoudi said on Friday that Iran is ready to contribute to the implementation of different economic projects in Djibouti.

Davudi told Djiboutian Prime Minister Delita Mohammed Delita that Iran is capable of commissioning projects in Africa, in Djibouti in particular, regarding its rich experience in the fields of petrochemical, dam-building, housing, refinery, and power plant construction in Central Asia, South Africa, the Middle East, and other African states.

The VP underscored Iran’s right to have access to peaceful nuclear energy.

“Release of a report by 16 US intelligence institutions made it clear that Iran has had no diversion in its nuclear activities and they are peaceful in nature. The acknowledgement to righteousness of Iran negates any possibility for referral of Iran’s case to the UN Security Council from the International Atomic Energy Agency.”

He thanked Djibouti for defending Iran at the international communities on Tehran’s peaceful nuclear projects and for human rights issue.

Delita, for his part, defending Iran’s stance for access to peaceful nuclear energy, said his country will always stand beside Iranian government and nation.

“Close viewpoints by the two countries can help further upgrade mutual relations,” said Delita, asking Iran to contribute to his country’s economic projects.

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