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Iran, Cuba stress improvement of bilateral ties

New York, Oct 1, (RHC), – Iran and Cuba have stressed the necessity for the further expansion of bilateral relations in all spheres, Iranian PressTV news reported.

During a Monday meeting with his Cuban counterpart Bruno Rodriguez Parrilla on the sidelines of the 68th Session of the UN General Assembly in New York, Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif expressed satisfaction with the close cooperation between Tehran and Havana.

The Iranian minister further described bilateral cooperation and negotiations between the two countries in the international community as significant and constructive.

Zarif underlined the importance of the 16th session of the Iran-Cuba Joint Economic Commission in regulating bilateral relations in the economic sector.

The Cuban foreign minister, for his part, pointed to the close ties between Tehran and Havana, hailing the Islamic Republic’s fundamental policies in the international scene.

Rodriguez also praised the fresh atmosphere created due to the recent talks between Iran and six major world powers in New York, as well as the landmark phone conversation between Iranian President Hassan Rouhani and US President Barack Obama.

Edited by Juan Leandro
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