News ID: 99304
Publish Date : 25 January 2022 - 21:51

TEHRAN - Togolese Foreign Minister Robert Dussey in a meeting with his Iranian counterpart Hussein Amirabdollahian in Tehran on Tuesday invited Iranian companies to cooperate with the African country in the implementation of development projects.
Togolese Foreign Minister expressed his country’s readiness to broaden the economic and trade relations with Iran.
Pointing to the opportunities for cooperation between Tehran and Lome in various fields such as education, health sector and energy, Dussey invited Iranian companies to take part in the implementation of development projects in the West African state.
Amirabdollahian also voiced Tehran’s determination to boost relations with African countries in all fields of mutual interest.
Highlighting the capabilities of the Iranian companies in the economic, scientific, technological and health sectors, the foreign minister expressed Iran’s readiness for cooperation with Togo in various fields.
In the meeting, the two senior diplomats also agreed on the establishment of a joint working committee, exchange of trade delegations, and possibility of opening of embassies in Tehran and Lome.

Iran Seeks Promotion of
Ties With India

In a post on his Twitter account on Tuesday, Amirabdollahian voiced the country’s determination to enhance relations with India in various arenas.
The top diplomat congratulated Minister of External Affairs of India Subrahmanyam Jaishankar and the Indian government and people on the Republic Day, a national holiday marking the date on which the Constitution of India came into effect on January 26, 1950.
“Iran Will continue to work towards further expansion of all-out relations, bilaterally, regionally and at international for a with India,” Amirabdollahian said.
In a meeting with Jaishankar in Tehran in July 2021, Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi said the top priorities in the country’s cooperation with India are ensuring collective security with the participation of all regional countries as well as extensive economic interaction.

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