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Iranian President Meets New European Envoys to Tehran

Politics - Iranian President Hassan Rouhani held separate meetings with newly-appointed ambassadors of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Cyprus, New Zealand and Georgia in Tehran on Tuesday.

During the meetings, President Rouhani underlined Iran's interest in the enhancement of ties and cooperation with the aforementioned countries in different arenas.

The envoys, for their parts, submitted their credentials to the Iranian president, and expressed the hope that they can help further develop the relations between Iran and their countries during their tenure.

President Rouhani and the European ambassadors also discussed the latest developments in the relations between their countries as well as the most important regional and international issues.

At the meeting with the Georgian envoy, President Rouhani stressed his enthusiasm for connecting Iran's railway network to Georgia through Azerbaijan, and said, "Linking the two countries' railways will serve the entire region and Iran is ready for the development of good relations with Georgia."

Iran has recently accelerated expansion of ties and cooperation with friendly countries, including Georgia, and observers believe that the good achievements gained in area of their cooperation should be deemed as a result of the efforts made by the Iranian and Georgian officials.

Iran and Georgia have in recent years accelerated their efforts to expand bilateral and regional cooperation in all domains.

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