Jul 28, 2016, 2:03 PM
Zarif leaves Guinea for Mali

TEHRAN, Jul. 28 (MNA) – After meeting the high-ranking officials of Guinea, the third stop in Zarif’s African tour, the Iranian FM left Guinea’s capital city of Conakry for Mali’s capital city of Bamako on Thursday.

Iran’s Foreign Minister, Mohammad Javad Zarif, at the head of 38 member delegation of Iranian investors and economy activists, left Guinean capital city of Conakry, early on Thursday, for his next stop in Africa; Mali’s capital city of Bamako.

The Iranian senior diplomat who started his West African tour on Sunday visited Nigeria on the first stop if his tour before leaving Abuja for Ghana. After meeting with senior officials of Ghana like the Foreign Minister Hanna Tetteh, Zarif travelled to Guinea.  

In Guinea Zarif met with country's President Alpha Condé, Prime Minister Mamady Youla, National Assembly Speaker Claude Kory Kondiano, and Foreign Minister Makale Traore.


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