Tehran, YJC. Iran’s deputy FM is now in Abu Dhabi on a trip to discuss relations with UAE.
The Iranian Deputy Foreign Minister for African and Middle Eastern Affairs Hossein Amir Abdollahian has left the country on Tuesday for the United Arab Emirates capital, Abu Dhabi, to meet the UAE officials.
In his visit to the Arab country, Amir Abdollahian is due to meet the officials of the Persian Gulf state and discuss bilateral ties with them.
Last week Hassan Qashqavi, Iran’s Deputy Foreign Minister for Consular, Parliamentary and Expatriates' Affairs, paid a visit to the UAE capital to attend the Iran-UAE Joint Consular Cooperation Commission.
During his visit, the Iranian diplomat conveyed Iran’s willingness to develop relations with the United Arab Emirates in all areas, especially in consular affairs. He also underlined the need for mutual cooperation and consultation on regional issues.
Then, at the conclusion of the meeting Iran and the UAE also signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU).
The document which came in seventeen clauses includes measures to simplify visa formalities, settle the two countries’ nationals residence problems, and increase judicial cooperatino on anti-narcotics and ties between the coast guards.