Vice-President for Executive Affairs Mohammad Shariatmadari made the remarks at a meeting with Vice-President of Afghanistan Sarwar Danish.
The way is open more than ever for expansion of mutual relations between Iran and Afghanistan, he said.
Stability in Afghanistan will prepare the way for sustainable development, Shariatmadari stressed, expressing satisfaction with establishment of National Unity Government in Kabul.
Providing comments on to Iran's technical-engineering capabilities, Shariatmadari voiced Tehran's readiness to share technical experiences with Afghanistan and help set up educational centers across the country.
He also said that Iranian hospitals are ready to render medical services to foreigners, particularly Afghans seeking medical treatment.
The Iranian vice-president said that religious tourism is another sector which can potentially give a rise to relations between Iran and Afghanistan.
The Afghan vice-president for his part hailed the current level of Iran-Afghanistan relations, urging further economic cooperation between the two countries.
In the meantime, the Afghan offiical said that collective cooperation of all regional countries is needed to fight drug trafficking, terrorism and extremism.