Feb 25 2013

Iran calls for expansion of ties with Italy

TEHRAN - President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad met with new Italian Ambassador to Tehran Luca Giansanti on Sunday and called for expansion of ties between Iran and Italy.

"Tehran does not see any limits to boost the friendly relations between the two countries," Ahmadinejad said.

Giansanti submitted his credentials to Ahmadinejad and called for bolstering ties in economic and industrial areas with Tehran.

The Italian ambassador also said Iran can help settle tensions and conflicts around the world.

Ahmadinejad meets Sri Lankan, Sudanese envoys

New Sri Lankan Ambassador to Tehran Mohammad Faisal Razeen also met with President Ahmadinejad on Sunday and submitted his credentials to him.

During the visit, the two sides put emphasis on the necessity of increasing ties.

On Sunday, Ahmadinejad also met with Sudanese president's special envoy and called for full implementation of all agreements signed between the two countries.

The Sudanese envoy conveyed the message of his country's president to Ahmadinejad and called for increasing cooperation in energy and agricultural fields.

© Tehran Times 2013

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