Tajik FM expresses hope for visit by Iranian President to Tajikistan this year

During the meeting, Amir-Abdollahian described the widespread cultural commonalities between the Iranian and Tajik people as the most fundamental ground for strengthening bonds and promoting relations in all sectors.

The Iranian foreign minister expressed satisfaction with the enhancement of bilateral ties, especially in the cultural area.

He emphasized the need to deepen bilateral cooperation in different areas, adding that the economic ties between the two countries can reach high levels and a desirable point, given the existing potentials.

Amir-Abdollahian listed a number of grounds for further expansion of trade and economic ties with Tajikistan, including the export of engineering and technical services, investment of Iranian companies in founding joint production companies in Tajikistan’s free trade zones, and cooperation between Iranian knowledge-based firms and Tajikistan in the transfer of technology, transit, and energy.

For his part, the top Tajik diplomat expressed satisfaction with the prospect of the expansion of ties between the two countries and said bilateral relations are at an excellent level.

He said mutual trips by officials of the two countries have bolstered the ties, expressing hope for a visit by Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi to Tajikistan this year.

Muhriddin said cooperation between the two countries strengthens peace and stability in the region, and that the two countries have effective and fruitful cooperation within the framework of regional organizations and international bodies.

The Islamic Republic of Iran and the Republic of Tajikistan, he added, have common positions on security threats such as terrorism, drug trafficking, other organized crimes and regional issues.

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