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President in a meeting with Latvian Foreign Minister:

Iran’s economic relations with EU to develop

President Hassan Rouhani received Latvian visiting Foreign Minister Edgars Rinkevics on Wednesday and told him that Iran’s economic relations with the EU would develop.

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Thu 24 - April 2014 - 09:48

Dr.Rouhani said that policy of Iran’s new government is development of ties with friendly countries and détente in international arena, adding that settlement of world and regional problems would be achieved by joint cooperation among countries.
President Rouhani said that Latvia is among countries with which Iran has good relations, and continued that we want development of ties with Latvia and there is no obstacle in this way from Iranian side.
Referring to Iran’s geographical position, capacity in the field of road and railroad transportation, President Rouhani evaluated expansion of cooperation in this field as an appropriate ground for cooperation and connection between Central Asia region and Europe.
President Rouhani said that Iran had always had good relations with the European Union (EU) and by referring to nuclear talks between Iran and Group 5+1, said that our negotiation will continue to access to final and comprehensive agreement, adding that Iran intends to reach a desirable conclusion and we are confident that the other side also has the same intension.

President Rouhani referred to the issue of terrorism and radicalism in the region and world and its consequences in Afghanistan, Iraq, Lebanon and Syria and said that terrorism and radicalism are among issues that need all-out cooperation of all countries and that Iran is ready for dialogue and cooperation with Latvia in all fields.
Given the Latvia rotating chairmanship over the EU in the next year, Dr.Rouhani expressed hope that bilateral communication between Iran and Latvia gets closer and it would be beneficial for both countries and the whole EU.
Edgars Rinkevics, for his part, conveyed greetings of Latvia president to his Iranian counterpart and called his talks with Iranian senior officials “Good.”
He said that Latvia is very eager to develop ties with Iran in economic, cultural and education fields.
Referring to Latvia rotating chairmanship on the European Union in next year, Rinkevics expressed hope that Iran’s cooperation in bilateral level and in the framework of the EU can develop.
He praised Iran’s success and progress in the nuclear talks and expressed hope that a full and comprehensive success can be achieved in nuclear talks.
The Latvia visiting foreign minister said for fighting against international terrorism we all should be united, adding that unfortunately terrorism has spread to our region too and created many problems.

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