The head of Iran's Parliamentary Commission on National Security and Foreign Policy, Alaeddin Boroujerdi, said on Tuesday Iran keeps very good economic relations with many world countries. He made the remarks in a meeting with the new Bosnian Ambassador Amir Hajkadonvich to Tehran.
Boroujerdi called for boosting and strengthening Iran’s mutual ties with Bosia and Herzegovina.
“Iran and Bosnia enjoy friendly relations and cooperation in different fields especially the parliamentary cooperation,“ Boroujerdi added.
He pointed to the Majlis readiness to boost the economic and parliamentary cooperation and said Iranians are well aware of their Bosnian friendly nation so it helps promote the mutual ties in all fields.
The lawmaker underlined that the two state and nations must review the opportunities to benefit all potentials for cooperation.
Hajikadonich appreciated Iranian government and nation's support to Bosnian nation and said that Bosnians give great importance to their relations with the Islamic Republic of Iran.
He expressed Bosnian parliament’s readiness to strengthen cooperation with Iranian Majlis and said Iran and Bosnia have good capacities to develop their relations in all fields on mutual interests.