Iranian Envoy, Kazakh PM Discuss Bilateral Ties
TEHRAN (FNA)- Iranian Envoy to Kazakhstan Qorban Seifi and Kazakh Prime Minister Karim Masimov in a meeting in Astana on Wednesday conferred on bilateral ties and cooperation and exchanged views over regional and international developments.
During the meeting, also attended by Kazakh Deputy Foreign Minister Nourlan Yermekbayev, the two sides discussed mutual, regional and international cooperation.
The meeting between the Iranian ambassador and Kazakh premier followed talks between the two countries’ presidents in Istanbul, Turkey earlier this month, where both heads of state demanded rapid promotion of mutual cooperation at bilateral, regional and international levels.
“Using all the existing potentials in Iran and Kazakhstan for further promotion of bilateral and regional relations is in the interests of the two nations and the nations of the region,” Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad said at the meeting with his Kazakh counterpart Nursultan Nazarbayev.
Noting that the world is on the verge of great developments, he reiterated that Iran and Kazakhstan, given their common viewpoints, can play active roles in creating new relations in the world.
Also during the same meeting, Nazarbayev told Ahmadinejad that his country is resolved to strengthen cooperation with Iran in different fields.
“Iran and Kazakhstan have ample potentials for increasing the level of their bilateral relations and mutual cooperation,” he said, underlining that such capacities and potentials should be utilized.