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While receiving South Korean Ambassador's credentials:

President stresses acceleration of Tehran–Seoul cooperation based on post-sanction opportunities

President Hassan Rouhani indicated on the further expansion of Tehran-Seoul cooperation based on the existing capacities.

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Mon 21 - December 2015 - 12:50

While receiving the credential of South Korean Ambassador to Tehran Mr. Kim Sung Ho on Monday, he said: "As there is no obstacle in the way of the expansion and the deepening of Iran and South Korean ties and cooperation, we must seize the opportunity of after the JCPOA and the post sanction time to further accelerated the cooperation

Referring the two countries' good economic cooperation in the past, Rouhani added: "South Korean state and private companies are welcomed to invest in different Iranian oil, gas, petrochemical, mining and automobile manufacturing fields.

He expressed hope that the two countries existing relations and cooperation be further expanded and strengthened during Mr. Kim's term of office in Tehran Embassy.

"Kim Sung Ho," also said that as the geographical distance could not so far make any barrier for the expansion of the two countries mutual relations, the Islamic Republic of Iran and South Korea could well keep close and beneficial relations over the past 5 decades.

Referring to the Iran's diplomatic achievements and success during the term of 11th government and the nuclear deal between Iran and G5+1, the South Korean ambassador expressed hope that the two countries' cooperation and relations be further expanded after this very success.

Adding that the revival of different meetings and holding of a Joint Economic Commission at the ministerial level can well serve to encourage the activities of private sector companies and increase the mutual trade relations, he said:"The South Korean government will not hesitate and loose the opportunity to paves the ways for the active participation of the two countries' private sectors in the each other' country's economic development.

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