TEHRAN, Young Journalists Club (YJC) - Putting emphasis on a sustained relationship between Iran and Ireland, Larijani said “we discussed investment in new technologies, gas, oil, drug, and medical equipment”.
Also, Larijani pointed out to the nuclear deal known as JCPOA and said that the two country believe that the implementation of the deal should continue.
Elsewhere, he referred to terrorism crisis in the region and noted that the the two countries condemn any chaos and separatism in the region.
The Irish Senate chairman also stressed that his country believes in the continuation of implementing the JCPOA based on the decision of the both side of the deal, adding that Ireland uses all of its political capacities to make the deal continued.
He asserted that the European governments believe that the deal is an internationally constructive one signed in favor of EU, Iran, and, global peace.
“Terrorism knows no boundaries, and has spread to London and Paris too. We believe in fighting it and want to cooperate with Iran in this area” the Irish Senate chairman noted.
O'Donovan stressed that Ireland also should expand its relationships with Iran in exporting agriculture products, technology, and medical equipment.
He said that an economic delegation of Ireland is to come to Iran next month which is considered to be as the first step of serious economic cooperation between the two countries.