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Common views of Iran and New Zealand in the fight against drugs and terrorism \ The need to remove bank barriers in order to promote economic relations

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Common views of Iran and New Zealand in the fight against drugs and terrorism in international forums could largely help to establish peace and tranquility in the region.
Tuesday, January 24, 2017 12:33:24 PM
Common views of Iran and New Zealand in the fight against drugs and terrorism \ The need to remove bank barriers in order to promote economic relations

Islamic Consultative Assembly News Agency – Eamon O’Shaughnessy (since March 31, 2014) the New Zealander ambassador in Tehran had a meeting with head of Iran – New Zealand friendship parliamentary group Mahmood Sadeqi.

"Political and Economical relationships between Iran and New Zealand are important and builder; and there are capacities in the other fields such as culture and especially parliamentary relations which could be beneficial and originator" said Mahmood Sadeqi Iranian lawyer, jurist, academic and reformist politician who is currently a member of the Parliament of Iran representing Tehran, Rey, Shemiranat, Pardis and Eslamshahr electoral district.

Sadeqi who is a member of Education and Research commission in the tenth period of the Iranian Parliament and head of Iran – New Zealand friendship parliamentary group added: I welcome the growing trend of academic cooperation between the two countries; the presence of a large number of Iranian students in universities in New Zealand has prepared Ample opportunities to develop academic cooperation and exchange of professors and students between universities in Iran and New Zealand.

Both countries have common position in the international forums especially in the fight against drugs and terrorism and this can contribut to the consolidation of peace and tranquility in the region.

The Ambassador from New Zealand to Iran is New Zealand's foremost diplomatic representative in the Islamic Republic of Iran, and in charge of New Zealand's diplomatic mission in Iran.

The embassy is located in Tehran, Iran's capital city. New Zealand has maintained a resident ambassador in Iran since 1975. The Ambassador to Iran is concurrently accredited as High Commissioner to Pakistan, and was previously also accredited to Afghanistan prior to New Zealand's establishment of an Embassy in Kabul.

"The need to remove banking barriers in order to promote economic, commercial and agricultural relations and learn more about private sectors of the two countries from each other's capacity" said Sadeqi at last.

New Zealand ranks eighth in the Center for Global Development's 2015 Commitment to Development Index, which ranks the world's most developed countries on their dedication to policies that benefit poorer nations. New Zealand is considered the fourth most peaceful country in the world according to the 2016 Global Peace Index.

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