South Korea and Iran’s parliamentary speakers met on Sunday in Tehran.
Kang Chang-hee in this meeting said "Iran is a great country in the Middle East. It owns big mines. South Korea on the other hand is a success in the East Asian economy but we have no mines at all. There are mines in Iran which can be expanded with the South Korean technology.”
The Speaker of the South Korean National Assembly added "Iran has taken good steps in enacting the Geneva agreement, which will be of great influence for the two countries’ relations.”
The Iranian parliamentary Speaker Ali Larijani in turn stated "South Korea and Iran have always had close relations in economy and culture. In the past years the amount of commercial exchange between the two has significantly boomed.”
Pointing to his counterpart’s invitation of him to South Korea, Larijani said "In the trip to be made to South Korea the improvement of mutual relations will be pursued. I hope that the visit takes place in due time.”