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Colombia Keen to Further Develop Ties with Iran

Service : Politic
TEHRAN, March 14 (ICANA) – Colombian Congress President Armando Benedetti in a meeting with Iranian Deputy Foreign Minister Behrouz Kamalvandi underlined his country's enthusiasm for the further consolidation of relations with Iran, specially in the field of economy.
Monday, March 14, 2011 10:16:17 PM
Colombia Keen to Further Develop Ties with Iran

During the meeting in Bogota on Sunday, Benedetti pointed to Iran's astonishing progress and advancement in the last three decades, and voiced preparedness of the Colombian congress to facilitate and accelerate expansion of relations with Iran.

Kamalvandi, for his part, announced Tehran's readiness for economic cooperation with Bogota, and stressed the necessity for activating the two sides' private sectors to this end.

Further in the meeting, the Iranian deputy foreign minister briefed the top Colombian congressman on the latest developments in the Middle-East and North Africa as well as the status quo in Iraq and Afghanistan.

Iran has sought to expand ties and cooperation with Latin America, specially since President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad ascended to power six years ago.

In line with the same policy, President Ahmadinejad went on several official trips to Latin American countries, including Brazil, Bolivia and Venezuela, in November 2010.

During his visits, Ahmadinejad signed a number of agreements with the Latin leaders to launch joint projects in South America.

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