Bolivian president to visit Iran

TEHRAN, Aug. 31 (MNA) – Iran’s deputy FM, referring to the impending visit of Bolivian President to Tehran in order to take part in the Heads of Gas Exporting Countries Forum expressed hope that the relations between two countries on issues of mutual interest would develop.

Iran’s Deputy FM for Arab and African Affairs Hossein Amir-Abdollahian met with Bolivian Deputy Foreign Minister Juan Carlos Alurralde. During this meeting, the two sides consulted about the regional issues in Latin America and West Asia, stressing the good level of bilateral relations between the two countries. Bolivia’s deputy foreign minister also described the main Latin American regional issues.

Warning about the spread of extremism and takfiri terrorism in the region and its impact on the international security, Amir-Abdollahian explained Iran’s views on the regional crisis including in Syria, Iraq, Yemen as well as Occupied Palestine. He further added some actors exploit terrorist groups to pursue their political objectives in the region.

Referring to the impending visit of Bolivian President to Iran to take part in the Forum of Heads of Gas Exporting Countries, Iran’s deputy foreign minister expressed hope that bilateral relations between the two countries would develop on the issues of mutual interest and stressed Iran’s readiness to continue the discussions about regional issues.


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