Tehran (IP) - Iran's Foreign Minister and China's External Security Commissioner for the country's Foreign Ministry consulted on the status quo of the comprehensive strategic cooperation agreement reached between the two countries.

Iran PressIran News: Created on March 27, 2021, the Comprehensive Strategic Partnership between Iran and China is a 25-year cooperation agreement on further developing Iran–China relations signed in Tehran by the Chinese and Iranian foreign ministers.

Hossein Ami-Abdollaian, the Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Islamic Republic of Iran, received China's Cheng Guoping in Tehran on Tuesday and stressed the shore-up of the Tehran-Beijing relations, calling the cooperation in the international organizations an important aspect of the ties between the two countries. 

Cheng Guoping, for his part, expressed satisfaction over the development of strategic ties between Iran and China. 

Amir-Abdollahian and Cheng Guoping also discussed regional and international cooperation and other interest issues. 

Iran-China 25-year memorandum of understanding is a long-term road map that defines the two countries' cooperation in various economic, political, cultural, and parliamentarian sections.


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