Tehran(IP): The Foreign Ministers of Georgia and Estonia, in separate messages to Iran's Minister of Foreign Affairs, voiced their readiness to expand bilateral ties with Tehran.

Iran PressIran News: David Zalkaliani in his message to Iran's Minister of Foreign Affairs while congratulating him on his appointment as Iran's FM, wished Amir-Abdollahian success in his efforts to develop peace, security, and the prosperity of the Islamic Republic of Iran.

The Georgian Minister of Foreign Affairs expressed confidence that the new opportunities for future cooperation between the Islamic Republic of Iran and Georgia would be created in order to safeguard the interest of the two countries.

Also, Eva-Maria Liimets, the Foreign Minister of Estonia in a message to Amir-Abdollahiabn while extending her congratulations on his appointment as Iran's Minister of Foreign Affairs, expressed hope that the cooperation of the two sides would be developed in order to enhance the bilateral ties between the two sides as well as boosting the constructive contribution on multilateral issues.


Read more:

Georgia voices readiness to enhance ties with Iran

Iran, Estonia FMs discuss JCPOA and regional issues in New Delhi