Iranian foreign minister met with his Indonesian counterpart and talked to her about bilateral relations.

Iran Press/ Asia: Iranian foreign minister Mohammad Javad Zarif in the following of his Asian tour has met with his Indonesian counterpart Retno Marsudi on Friday morning.
The two foreign ministers talked about issues including bilateral ties, international issues and also issues related to the Muslim world, Iran Press reported.

The top Iranian diplomat signed the memorial book of Indonesian foreign ministry before meeting the country's FM.

Zarif also has met Bangladeshi officials including Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina, Foreign minister Abdul Momen and Shermin Chudari, the country's parliament speaker in Dhaka.

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