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President while receiving the credentials of the new Ambassador of Thailand to Tehran:

Tehran welcomes deepening ties with Bangkok in all fields/Stressing the role of private sector in promoting relations

"Tehran welcomes development of ties with Bangkok in all fields and I hope we witness closer bonds between the two countries through making the best use of the existing potentials", said President Rouhani while receiving letter of credence of the new Ambassador of Thailand to Tehran.

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At the meeting that took place on Tuesday in Tehran, Dr Rouhani referred to four decades of relations between Iran and Thailand and continued: "Iran and Thailand have good agreements for developing and deepening ties, especially in energy, industry and agriculture, implementation of which will promote cooperation between the public and private sectors and, as a result, we will witness further development of relations".

He went on to refer to developing relations between the two countries and said: "After the implementation of the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) and the lift of sanctions, there are good opportunities for cementing ties and I hope it leads to promotion of economic and cultural relations between Tehran and Bangkok".

Dr Rouhani also described implementation of the agreements made between the two countries in his last year's visit to Thailand as very important in development of relations.

At the meeting, the new Ambassador of Thailand to Tehran, also presented his letter of credence to President Rouhani and said: "Preferential trade agreement will be signed soon ".

"Thailand is willing to develop its relations with Iran in all fields, especially in energy, trade, agricultural and food products, and tourism," he added.

He also described Tehran-Bangkok relations very close and friendly, adding: "The JCPOA has provided us with more opportunities to deepen ties that I hope we can make the best use of them".

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