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President while receiving credentials of the new Maltese ambassador:

Iran’s ties with other countries based on mutual respect, common interests/Economic opportunities of Malta be introduced to Iranian investors

Iran’s relations with other countries is based on mutual respect and common interests, said President Rouhani while he was receiving credentials of the new Maltese accredited ambassador to Tehran.

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Mon 21 - December 2015 - 14:44

In this meeting with Joseph Mongfion which was held on Monday, President Rouhani said: “Iran and Malta can have more relations with each other in different areas of economy, culture, and politics”.

He also referred to the need to develop tourism ties and providing facilities for the people to tap natural and cultural attractions of both countries and said: “Introducing opportunities and capacities of Malta to Iranian investors can make momentum in relations between the two countries”.

“There is no obstacle from the side of the Islamic Republic of Iran in the path of developing ties and cooperation with Malta” added Rouhani.

Saying that today many parts of the world, including the Southeast of Mediterranean Sea, are facing the terrorism crisis, Dr Rouhani continued: “In current conditions of the region, we should have closer cooperation with each other in combating terrorism because this issue will only be solved with all countries’ serious resolve and common cooperation”.

In this meeting, Ambassador Mongfion presented his credentials to President Rouhani and congratulated Iran’s success in the nuclear negotiations.

He said: “The Iranian nations showed that they possess the required reasoning and resolve to negotiate and achieve success”.

Saying that his country’s government is determined to cement ties with the Islamic Republic of Iran, he went on to express Malta’s willingness to develop relations and cooperation in all areas between the two countries.

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