Zarif receives foreign ambassadors’ credentials

TEHRAN, Aug. 29 (MNA) – Iran’s Mohammad Javad Zarif has received credentials of Hungarian and Dutch ambassadors, and Irish Republic’s nonresident ambassador.

Yanos Kovacs, Hungary’s new Ambassador to Tehran presented to Zarif his credentials on Saturday. Zarif said that an ambassador quite familiar with Persian language would help grounds for both countries’ cooperation in a framework informed with mutual interests. Mr. Kovacs for his part, pointed to ‘considerable advances’ Tehran had compared to the past, and expressed hopes that the new era of relations with Tehran would usher several cooperation agreements by mutual visits to Tehran and Budapest; “we work to extend ties in economic, trade, tourism, and cultural sectors through holding a joint economic commission in the first possible opportunity,” said Hungarian ambassador.

The second ambassador to present Zarif with her credentials was Ms. Susanna Terstal, new Dutch Ambassador. Zarif believed that relations with the Netherlands had improved and that “we believe that Vienna nuclear deal will create new prospects and opportunities for bilateral relations, where both countries could identify possible potentials in trade, agriculture, environment, and economics and take huge steps toward ties focused on mutual interests,” he told Dutch ambassador.

Ms. Terstal highlighted her country’s resolution to improve relations with Iran; “we have a serious will to bury the past relations and enter a new era of relations with improving economic ties; on environment, water and culture, we welcome cooperation,” she asserted.

Bernard Ward, Irish Republic’s new nonresident Ambassador was a third diplomat to present Mr. Zarif with his credentials; Zarif told Irish diplomat that Iran believed that it could improve mutual dialogue in a regional and global context, with the objective of improving ties in Parliamentary, economic, and private sector trade. Mr. Ward as well believed that both countries would find new grounds for cooperation after Vienna agreement implementation to expand the economic potentials of both countries. 


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