In a meeting with new S. Korean Ambassador to Tehran:

Pres. Rouhani: Illegal sanctions mustn't harm historic Tehran-Seoul ties

Pres. Rouhani: Illegal sanctions mustn't harm historic Tehran-Seoul ties

President referred to good relations between Iran and South Korea and said: "Dialogue between officials of the two countries in different fields have always had positive achievements".

AhlulBayt News Agency (ABNA): President referred to good relations between Iran and South Korea and said: "Dialogue between officials of the two countries in different fields have always had positive achievements".

Speaking in a meeting with the new South Korean Ambassador to Tehran on Tuesday while receiving his letter of credence, Dr Hassan Rouhani said: "Today, companies and private sectors of the two countries have good cooperation in different fields, especially energy and they trust each other".

"Iran can always be a sustainable, reliable source for supplying South Korea's energy needs," added the president of the Islamic Republic of Iran.

He continued: "Certainly, the new US administration's decisions are transient, but despite this, Iran-South Korea relations are historical and deep-rooted".

On the importance of further development of Tehran-Seoul relations, Dr Rouhani said: "We mustn't let political events and illegal sanctions harm the two countries' historic relations".

The new South Korean Ambassador to Tehran also presented his letter of credence to Dr Rouhani and said: "Iran and South Korea had always had good, friendly relations with each other".

Tehran-Seoul ties have become closer in the recent 5 years, he said adding: "I will spare no effort in further deepening of relations and cooperation between the two countries in different fields".


/257


Related Articles

Post your comments

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

*

Imam Khamenei demands immediate end to domestic wars in Islamic countries in his Hajj 2018 message
We are All Zakzaky