Iranian Security Official to Leave for India

A047617410.jpgTEHRAN (FNA)- A senior Iranian security official is scheduled to leave Tehran today for New Delhi to hold talks on strategic issues with Indian officials.

During the two-day trip, Iran’s Supreme National Security Council (SNSC) Undersecretary for International Affairs Ali Bagheri, who will pay the visit at the official invitation of his Indian counterpart, is also due to discuss regional topics, energy, energy swap and north-south corridor.

Baqeri’s New Delhi visit comes after Indian Foreign Minister Pranab Mukhrajee’s trip to Tehran during which Iran and India signed several agreements for economic, agricultural and judicial cooperation.

During the Indian minister’s Tehran visit, the two sides agreed on the formation of nine working committees to look into ways of expanding bilateral economic relations, the Islamic republic news agency reported.

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