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Italian Lawmaker Stresses Iran's Regional Influence

Service : Politic
TEHRAN, Feb 18 (ICANA) – A senior Italian legislator reiterated Iran's key role in regional and international developments, and called for further expansion on bilateral ties between the two countries.
Friday, February 18, 2011 10:15:39 AM
Italian Lawmaker Stresses Iran's Regional Influence

"During the recent centuries, Iran has not attacked any state and it has been an important and influential country in regional and international developments," Chairman of the Foreign Affairs Committee of the Chamber of Deputies of the Italian Parliament Stefano Stefani said in a meeting with Head of the Iranian parliament's National Security and Foreign Policy Commission Alaeddin Boroujerdi.

He added that Italy was keen to expand relations with Iran in various areas, in particular, parliamentary cooperation and Afghanistan.

The lawmaker stressed Iran's rights to enjoy peaceful nuclear energy.

Boroujerdi, for his part, said that the Iranian parliament welcomes the development of ties with Italy and added that both sides need to draw up a roadmap to boost parliamentary cooperation.

The Iranian parliamentary delegation, headed by Boroujerdi, is currently in Italy to discuss bilateral ties and parliamentary collaborations.

Earlier, President of the Italian Senate Committee for Foreign Affairs Lamberto Dini in a meeting with his Iranian counterpart Alaeddin Boroujerdi extended his country's support for Iran's access to the peaceful nuclear energy.

"Iran has the right to use the peaceful nuclear energy," Dini said during the meeting held in Rome on Tuesday.

"Iran has not made any aggressive move against any country during the recent centuries and it is an important and influential country in regional and international developments," he added.

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