Salehi made the remarks in a meeting with Polish Minister of Culture and National Heritage and deputy Prime Minister Piotr Gliński.
He added the implementation of the historic nuclear deal has paved the ground for expansion of mutual cooperation between the two countries, including joint production, investment in industrial, medical, pharmaceutical, oil and gas arenas.
Gliński, for his part, called for expansion of mutual cooperation, cultural ties in particular, between the two courtries, expressing hope that the situation could be facilitated for travel of Polish tourists to Iran in near future.
During the meeting the ways for expansion of nuclear cooperation in medical region also were discussed.
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