Iran's Foreign Minister, in a meeting with the Sudanese Acting Foreign Minister, considered the reopening of embassies in the two countries as important for pursuing the development of cooperation between the two sides and expressed hope that it would be possible to increase the cooperation between the two countries.

Iran PressIran news: Iran's Foreign Minister Hossein Amir-Abdollahian and his Sudanese counterpart Ali Al-Sadiq Ali held a meeting in the Iranian capital of Tehran on Monday.

The Islamic Republic of Iran and the Republic of Sudan resumed their bilateral relations after a seven-year hiatus late last year.

Iran's Foreign Minister Hossein Amir-Abdollahian, in his meeting with Sudan's Acting Foreign Minister Ali Sadegh Ali, emphasized the opening of a new page of strengthening and developing relations between Tehran and Khartoum.

Iran's top diplomat added that the presence of the Sudanese delegation in Tehran shows the serious will of the high-ranking Sudanese officials to boost bilateral relations and respectively, the Islamic Republic of Iran's strong will to support the development of relations with Sudan.

Referring to Iran's valuable capacities and experiences in the field of industrial and technical engineering services, new and superior technologies, and medical and pharmaceutical fields, Amir-Abdollahian announced Tehran's readiness to provide these experiences to Sudan.

Al-Sadiq Ali also pointed to the history of relations between Sudan and Iran, bemoaned a hiatus in the ties, and voiced his country’s determination to strengthen cooperation with Iran in various fields.

In another part of this meeting, the Foreign Minister of Sudan also referred to the conspiracies of the Zionist regime for the continuation of the war and internal crisis in Sudan. He emphasized the principled position of the government and the people of his country in supporting the holy cause of Palestine and condemning the aggressions and crimes of the Zionist regime against the Palestinian people, especially in Gaza.


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