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In a meeting with the new Sudanese ambassador to Tehran;

President: Islamic World issues must be solved by Islamic countries’ cooperation

The issues of the Islamic World should be solved by Islamic countries cooperating with each other and that Iran and Sudan can cooperate on solving these issues, said President Rouhani in a meeting with the new Sudanese ambassador to Tehran.

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Tue 27 - October 2015 - 12:12

President Rouhani, in a meeting with Adil Ibrahim Mustafa the new ambassador of Sudan to Tehran on Tuesday said that Sudan has always been considered as a significant Islamic country in Africa and Iran’s friend.

“The two countries have had good relations with each other in the past three decades and Iran has always stood by the government and the people of this country during its ups and downs and critical times and will stand by them in all developments” added Rouhani.

On the many issues that the Islamic World is experiencing and the need to solve the issues by all Islamic countries cooperating, he said: “I hope we do not witness war and bloodshed in the region in the future and if there is a problem in the Islamic World, we should try to solve them in a non-military way”.

Pointing out that Iran and Sudan have been on the front of fighting with unilateralism and global arrogance during the past years up to now, Dr Rouhani expressed hope that the cooperation and consultation between the two countries be developed more than before.

On Yemen, Rouhani said: “We believe that Yemeni-Yemeni negotiations and political solution is the way to solve issues of this country and we hope that Islamic countries help to this end”.

He also spoke about developing ties between Iran and Sudan in the region and the world and said: “Iran and Sudan can expand cooperation in different areas”.

In the same meeting, Adil Ibrahim Mustafa presented his credentials to the President and said that Iran’s agreement with the 5+1 is a historical deal which indicates Iranian government’s extensive efforts.

“This deal, in fact, was recognising Iran’s legitimate right in using peaceful nuclear program” he added.

He also expressed hope about developing ties the in future.

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