He pointed to grounds for expansion of mutual economic cooperation and called on the two sides' officials to pave the way for active presence of private and state-run investors and entrepreneurs in both countries.
At the present time, big economic European delegations are visiting Iran for business negotiations and clinching deals on Iranian projects, Rouhani said, adding that the grounds are prepared for presence of Irish companies in the country.
The current visit of the Irish parliament speaker is regarded as a turning point in broadening relations and cooperation between the two countries, Rouhani said adding that IT, oil and gas, rail transportation, environment, ferrous industries, mines, pharmaceuticals and agriculture are suitable areas of cooperation between the two states.
IAEA in its recent report once again reiterated Iran's non-deviation from its nuclear program which indicates the country is following a win-win policy in its talks with G5+1, he said.
Ireland is not among 5+1 countries but as a member of European Union can play a serious role in resolving the country's nuclear standoff, he said.
Good relations between the two sides' parliaments will improve relations between the two countries, the Iranian president asserted, calling for expansion of regional and global cooperation between the two sides.
Also, the Irish legislative official for his part described Iran's policy in dealing with global developments as positive and said the world has now recognized the Iranian president as "Man of Peace".
Ireland fully backs talks between Iran and G5+1 until a final deal is clinched by the two sides, he said.
Grounds for expansion of all-out cooperation between the two countries are well prepared and the two sides are expected to seize the opportunity in this regard, he said.