Iran, Slovakia Explore Better Relations

Iran, Slovakia Explore Better Relations

Iran's non-resident ambassador to Slovakia, Ebadollah Molaei, and Coordinator of the Slovak Presidency at the Council of European Union, Ivan Korcok in a meeting in Bratislava underlined the need for broadening mutual cooperation. During the meeting in the Slovak capital on Thursday, Molaei and Korcok explored avenues for bolstering and reinvigorating bilateral relations between Tehran and Bratislava, Fars News Agency reported. The Iranian envoy pointed to the good economic and political mutual interactions and said, "The prospect of relations between the two states is promising." Korcok voiced satisfaction with the significant development of bilateral cooperation.


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