Tehran after deepening ties with Latin America

TEHRAN, Apr. 26 (MNA) – President Hassan Rouhani deemed expansion of relations with Latin American countries as a principal policy pursued by the Islamic Republic of Iran.

The Iranian President made the remarks during a meeting with Uruguayan Vice-President Raul Sendic in Tehran on Tuesday morning; “Tehran and Montevideo possess great determination to strengthen multilateral relations and no third-party country can affect these friendly ties.”

“Formation of a Joint Economic Commission as well as implementation of the agreements reached between Iran and Uruguay will open a new chapter in the relations between the two countries,” he added.

President Rouhani pointed to economic capacities of the two states asserting “in order to accelerate collaborations, these common potentials need to become operational more than the past especially in the private sector.”

The official deemed implementation of joint projects as a prerequisite to regional cooperation; “Iran and Uruguay can make investments and run production and export plans in order to gain access to a portion of vast markets in Latin America, Central Asia and the Caucasus.”

The Iranian President went on to add that “beyond economic and trade matters, there exist important matters in the world today like the environment and terrorism which demand consultation and collaboration among all countries.”

Rouhani urged cooperation of all countries in the fight against terrorism and extremism concluding “currently, terrorism has displaced millions of people around the world taking thousands of victims; therefore, we must all go hand in hand to combat the ongoing scourge.”

The Uruguayan Vice-President Raul Sendic, for his part, voiced Uruguay’s determination to bolster ties with Iran in all areas of interest.

“Iran and Uruguay marks two friend nations and trade partners with historical relations,” highlighted the visiting official adding “the two sides possess vast capacities which need to be exploited in line with increased cooperation.”

Sendic, who is accompanied by a trade and business delegation, continued “upon the activation of the Joint Economic Commission between the two countries, a new era will begin in Tehran-Montevideo relations with energy and agriculture as the most major areas of cooperation.

The Uruguayan official also emphasized the need for further coordination between Iran and Uruguay on regional and international issues.




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