ACD summit: Tehran to host diplomats from 30 Asian countries

Iran will host a meeting of top diplomats from the Asian Cooperation Dialogue (ACD) member states in the coming days.

More than 30 delegates, including foreign ministers and deputy foreign ministers of ACD member states, will take part in the summit hosted by Iran's Foreign Ministry in Tehran on Sunday and Monday.

Iran has assumed the presidency of the ACD since late 2023.

On Sunday, the first day of the summit, experts and senior executives from ACD members states will coordinate the topics to be discussed by senior diplomats the following day.

Iran's Acting Foreign Minister Ali Bagheri Kani will deliver a speech at the opening ceremony of the summit on Monday.

The ACD was established in 2002 and its Secretariat is located in Kuwait. It currently has 35 members.

The organization has convened key meetings in Iran in the past, including a summit of foreign ministers, a meeting of heads of chambers of commerce and a conference of tourism ministers in the historic city of Yazd

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