Poland Seeks Enhanced Relations

Poland Seeks Enhanced Relations
Poland Seeks Enhanced Relations

The Polish deputy speaker described Iran as an important country in the Middle East, saying his country should be careful not to miss the opportunity to promote bilateral economic and commercials ties with the Islamic Republic.   

Deputy Marshal of the Sejm of the Republic of Poland Jerzy Wenderlich made the remark in a meeting with his Iranian counterpart Mohammad Hassan Aboutorabifard in Tehran on Tuesday, IRNA reported.    

He also called for exchange of students and instructors between the academic institutions of the two countries in an effort to help expand cultural relations.  

Aboutorabifard, for his part, expressed pleasure with the growing ties with Poland and said, "Numerous opportunities are available in political, economic and cultural fields that can be utilized to enhance bilateral relations."

The senior lawmaker emphasized the importance of strengthening bilateral ties, saying, "Exchange of parliamentary delegations can lead to a better understanding of each other's stances and help the exploitation of enormous capacities in the two countries in the economic and agricultural areas."

Wishing success for Iran in the course of nuclear negotiations with the major powers known as the P5+1 (the five permanent members of the UN Security Council plus Germany), Wenderlich said, "The continuation of nuclear talks is an indication of the adoption of proactive and logical policies by senior Iranian authorities."

Aboutorabifard referred to the resumption of nuclear talks on Tehran's activities and said the Islamic Republic has always welcomed any kind of dialogue "in line with its national interests and (based on) mutual respect."

"The Iranian government and nation will stand up to any kind of biased and excessive demands made by the bullying countries, especially the US," he added.