Caspian Sea leaders Summit will have enormous blessings: Davudi

October 18, 2007 - 0:0

ORUMIYEH (IRNA) -- The summit of leaders of the Caspian Sea held in Tehran (on October 16) will have enormous blessings, First Vice President Parviz Davudi said on Wednesday.

He said in his speech at Poldasht, Maku district governorate that the Summit will entail high level economic and political cooperation in the region with positive impacts on regional security.
Davudi said that the Iranian government is willing to develop relations with other countries and foster political, economic and social cooperation with all countries excluding the illegitimate regime of Israel.
He inaugurated a bridge between Iran and Nakhichevan autonomous republic called Poldasht-Shah Takhti.
The vice-president said that it is a bridge of friendship between the brotherly and neighboring nations of Iran and Azerbaijan.
""I hope the bridge will play an effective role in boosting economic, cultural and political cooperation among the regional people.""
He said that the Azerbaijan Republic has effective role in the region and closer communication with the republic would prepare the ground for economic cooperation.
Davudi said that Iran has excellent relations with the Azerbaijan Republic, adding that no one can meddle with Tehran-Baku friendly relations.
Governor General of West Azarbaijan province Rahim Ghorbani said that people living in the province have developed heart-felt amity with people of Nakhichevan autonomous republic and that the bridge will help develop communication between the two provinces.