Envoy Presents Credentials to Slovenia President

Envoy Presents Credentials to Slovenia PresidentEnvoy Presents Credentials to Slovenia President

Slovenian President Borut Pahor said his country is interested in closer relations with Iran.

Pahor made the remark Monday during a meeting with Iran’s new Ambassador in Ljubljana Kazem Shafei who presented his credential to the Slovenian leader, Mehr News Agency reported.

During the meeting, Pahor described the current level of ties as satisfactory and reiterated his country’s support for the 2015 Iran nuclear deal which was signed by Iran and the six world powers.

He hoped the historic accord would survive, despite the US withdrawal, as it helps ensure international peace and security.

The Slovenian president said his country is determined to maintain cordial ties with Iran.

The new envoy, Shafei, replaced Morteza Darzi Ramandi  in Ljubljana.

Shafei previously served as head of the border department at the legal and international office of the Foreign Ministry.


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