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Iranian President calls for new chapter in relations with India

Iranian President calls for new chapter in relations with India

Indian media reported on Wednesday that Iranian foreign minister Hossein Amir Abdollahian is set to visit India next week for discussions that are expected to focus on the situation in West Asia and Afghanistan and regional connectivity.

NOURNEWS - Iranian President Seyed Ebrahim Raisi underlined age-old relations and cooperation between Tehran and New Delhi, saying that creation of a new chapter is needed in ties between the two countries.

In separate messages to the president and prime minister of India on Wednesday, Raisi congratulated the Indian Government and people on the National Day of the Republic of India.

"As two countries with rich culture and ancient civilizations in Asia, the Islamic Republic of Iran and the Republic of India have always had excellent relations and will undoubtedly create a new page of relations in the present era with their past reserves," Raisi wrote in his message to Indian President Ram Nath Kovind. 

The Islamic Republic of Iran has the necessary will and readiness to expand and deepen relations with the Republic of India in all fields, he added.

Offering his sincerest congratulations to Prime Minister of the Republic of India Narendra Modi on the National Day of the Republic of India, Raisi in a separate message wrote, "I hope that in the light of the rich cultural and civilizational commonalities and the long-standing relations between the two countries, the cooperation between the two countries will expand and strengthen with the efforts of the high-ranking officials of the two countries in all fields and in the interests of the two nations."

"I wish Your Excellency health and success and the people of the Republic of India prosperity and felicity," he concluded.

Indian media reported on Wednesday that Iranian foreign minister Hossein Amir Abdollahian is set to visit India next week for discussions that are expected to focus on the situation in West Asia and Afghanistan and regional connectivity.

Two key issues that are expected to figure in Amir Abdollahian’s interactions in New Delhi are the situation in Afghanistan, specially the urgent need for humanitarian assistance, and measures to boost the development and use of Iran’s Chabahar port.


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