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Friday, December 4, 2009

Brazil foreign minister in Iran to follow up economic agreements

Isfahan, Dec 3, IRNA -- Foreign Minister Manouchehr Mottaki said on Thursday that Iran and Brazil enjoy bright prospects for developing economic cooperation.
In a meeting with his Brazilian counterpart, Celso Amorim, on the sidelines of the third tour of the cabinet to Isfahan, he described President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad’s visit to the Latin American country as the first by Iranian chief executive in the past 40 years.

He said that exploring capacities and resources of the two countries was one of the main achievements of the trip.

Mottaki said that Iran-Brazil Joint Economic Commission is expected to work more actively and that regular consultations would be useful for implementing the agreements signed by the two countries.

“There is no limitation for developing bilateral ties and the prospects are achievable,” Mottaki said.

Amorim said for his part that Iranian president’s visit was successful and called for developing ties in all fields.

Stating that significant agreements have been signed between the two countries during President Ahmadinejad’s visit to Brazil, he said, “I toured Iran in line with political will of the two states’ leaders to pursue the implementation of the deals.”

He called for organizing commercial and cultural exhibitions to identify the economic, commercial, industrial, cultural, artistic and scientific capacities of both countries.
Source : IRNA

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