Meeting the outgoing Polish Ambassador to Iran Juliusz Gojlo on Monday, Minister Morteza Sarmadi, Deputy Foreign Minister, called Iran a peaceful oasis in the turbulent Middle East, and asserted that the region is key to mutual cooperation between Tehran and European countries and organizations.
It is a fortunate fact that Poland and some European countries have understood the facts on the ground well, he added.
Sarmadi further expressed hope that other European states would gain a proper comprehension of the real grounds for regional violence, extremism, and terrorism.
He further warned that terrorism has gone beyond sensible boundaries and has now turned into a global threat.
Elsewhere in his remarks, Sarmadi appreciated the Polish ambassador for his good offices to improve bilateral ties between Iran and Poland, and hoped relations would expand through joint efforts in the future.
Gojlo, in turn, briefed the Iranian official on his achievements as the ambassador, and said that he hoped that relations between Iran and Poland would improve further after a nuclear deal is made between the Islamic Republic and the 5+1 group.