Iran's President Hassan Rouhani made the remarks in a meeting held with the Georgian Parliament Speaker David Usupashvili on Sunday in Tehran.
In order restore stability and peace to the region, all sides should respect each other's geographical borders and try to resolve disputes through negotiations, said Rouhani.
The Islamic Republic of Iran calls for close relations between the two countries and the visit of the Georgian parliament speaker could be effective in broadening bilateral relations, he said.
Referring to historical and cultural relations and affinity between Iran and Georgia, he called for boosting of relations and making use of existing potentialities in all fields.
It will be advisable to give much play active role to the privates sectors to bolster and broaden scope of economic cooperation between the two countries, he said.
Georgia could help Iran export its gas to Europe and also connect the country's North to South rail track corridor linking Georgian ports to Persian Gulf and Sea of Oman, he said.
The Islamic Republic of Iran is ready to broaden scientific and cultural cooperation with Georgia, the Iranian president said.
All regional countries should cooperate to help resolve regional disputes in order to restore stability and security, he said, adding that all should keep in mind that problems and disputes should be resolved through talks.