Angola, Namibia, Swaziland Eye Cooperation with Iran

A02019331.jpgTEHRAN (FNA)- Iran’s Foreign Ministry Deputy for African Affairs, Ali Bagheri visited Presidents of Angola, and Namibia and Prime Minister of Swaziland.

Bagheri in these meetings elaborated on Iran’s fundamental policies in line with promotion of relations with African countries, positive interaction with African Union and also the necessity of further cooperation in global arena.

Angolan President Jose Eduardo dos Santos announced his country is ready to enlarge bilateral ties with Iran in energy, house-building and sanitary section.

He also hoped the two countries would expand ties considering political determination of officials and boost south-south cooperation in global arena through supporting one another, the Iranian students news agency reported.

Also Namibian President Hifikepunye Pohamba called for boosting relations in energy, mine, trade and commerce.

He then emphasized the two sides must have more cooperation in international communities including the United Nations and Non-Aligned Movement in order to boost the momentum of independent and developing countries against western pressures.

Swaziland’s Prime Minister Barnabas Dlamini meeting with Bagheri said his country is interested in establishing new ties with Iran in regard with building power plants and sanitary cooperation.

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