TEHRAN, Young Journalists Club (YJC) - Darzi Ramandi and Petrich explored ways to promote mutual cooperation in all fields, including political, economic and cultural areas as well as implementation of agreements reached during the Slovenian president’s visit to Tehran last year.
Ramandi expressed satisfaction with the growing trend of bilateral relations in various fields, and hoped that mutual cooperation will further improve in light of the political resolve of the officials of the two countries for boosting ties.
Petrich, for his part, pointed to Iran’s special place in the region, underlining European Union’s stance in keeping the JCPOA, official title of the nuclear deal reached between Iran and six world powers in 2015.
The two sides also shared views on the latest regional and global developments.
In relevant remarks in late November 2016, Head of Iran Chamber of Commerce, Industries, Mine, and Agriculture (ICCIMA) Gholam-Hossein Shafeyee voiced his satisfaction with the growing trend of economic cooperation with Slovenia.
"Iran is a country with plenty of economic advantages in the region and Slovenia is a gateway for European Union; so the advantages would be enough to draw the best roadmap for future cooperation and economic outlook," Shafeyee said in a meeting with a visiting Slovenian trade delegation in Tehran.
The official said that he is optimistic about boosting trade relations with Slovenia.
"For sure, presence of Slovenian President Borut Pahor and the accompanying delegation indicates that economy is a main route to access macro political goals in development of a country," he added.