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27 November 2023 - 14:05
Iran, Ecuador discuss strengthening bilateral ties

Issa Kameli, Assistant to the Foreign Minister and Director-General for Americas, has met with Ecuador’s deputy foreign ministers to discuss strengthening mutual ties, particularly in trade and economic fields.

Kameli represented the government of the Islamic Republic of Iran at the swearing-in ceremony of Ecuador’s new president, Daniel Noboa, according to a report by IRNA published late on Sunday. 

The discussions between the two sides covered the latest developments in bilateral relations. Given Ecuador’s non-permanent membership in the Security Council, they also discussed the ongoing Gaza crisis and the importance of ending the violence against the residents of Gaza.

According to Iran’s Foreign Ministry website, Kameli expressed Tehran’s readiness to help realize and expand capacities for cooperation, especially in trade and economic fields.

The Ecuadorian officials thanked Kameli for his participation in the ceremony and welcomed the idea of continuing dialogue between the two sides. They also expressed interest in strengthening relations and cooperation in bilateral and international fields and underscored Ecuador’s readiness to exchange experience with Iran in mutually needed areas.

Daniel Noboa, aged 35, was sworn in as Ecuador’s new president during a ceremony at Quito’s Legislative Palace. He will serve for 18 months to complete the term of office left unfinished by Guillermo Lasso, who called for snap elections to avoid impeachment.

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