|Iran’s Larijani: Steps should be taken faster for ties with South Africa||
TEHRAN – Iran and South Africa have good ties which will be enhanced in the future, Iranian Parliament Speaker Ali Larijani said in a meeting on Wednesday with his South African counterpart Max Sisulu in Cape Town.
Larijani said in order to enhance the economic relations between the two countries steps should be taken faster.
Larijani voiced Iran’s readiness to cooperate with South Africa in oil and gas industries, adding that the two countries should cooperate more in doing joint investments.
Iran is the most stable country in the Middle East region and it is good to do investment there, he said.
Sisulu, for his part, said that the Iranian and South African commercial delegations should make efforts to expand relations between the two countries.
He added that South Africa is willing to use Iran’s experiences in industrial and economic fields.
The senior lawmaker also said there is a good cooperation between the parliaments of the two countries.
Elsewhere in his remarks, Larijani pointed to the Syrian conflict and said that the crisis should be resolved through dialogue.
Larijani is on a five day trip to South Africa and Congo. The visit started on Tuesday, March 4.
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|Last Updated on 05 March 2014 18:36|