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Seoul Welcomes Rouhani's Reelection
Seoul Welcomes Rouhani's Reelection

Seoul Welcomes Rouhani's Reelection

Seoul Welcomes Rouhani's Reelection

South Korea on Monday extended congratulations to President Hassan Rouhani on his reelection last week, expressing hope for a boost in bilateral relations. Rouhani secured 57% of the vote in the presidential poll on Friday, winning a second term as president. South Korea "congratulates President Rouhani on his re-election," the ministry of foreign affairs in Seoul said in a statement, Yonhap reported. "Our government hopes Iran, on the opportunity of the latest election, could take up a more constructive role in the international community and run toward the path of development and prosperity and also expects the friendly relationship between South Korea and Iran to move in a way that is more mutually beneficial," according to the statement.

 

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