Iran's President, in a meeting with his Tunisian counterpart, emphasized the development of relations with Islamic countries as one of the priorities of his government.

Iran PressAfrica: Iran's President Seyyed Ebrahim Raisi, on the sidelines of the 7th meeting of the Assembly of Heads of Gas Exporting Countries in Algeria, held a meeting with the President of Tunisia, Kais Saied, this Saturday afternoon.

Raisi stated that the development of relations with Islamic countries is one of the priorities of the Iranian government and emphasized the readiness to share the experiences of Iranian experts and scientists in the field of science and technology with Tunisia.

Iran's president stated that the economic relations between Iran and Tunisia have not been developed to the desired extent adding: "The serious will of the Islamic Republic of Iran is to deepen economic relations with Islamic countries, especially in North Africa."

Raisi also considered the common view of the two countries on the Palestinian issue as a suitable ground for taking effective steps in the direction of realizing the rights of the Palestinian people adding: "The situation in Gaza is the result of today's unjust structure of the world, and according to the Leader of the Islamic Revolution of Iran, Islamic countries must cut off their economic relations with the Israeli regime to stop the criminality of the Zionists."

In this meeting, Tunisian President Kais Saeed stated that Tunisia wants to develop and improve relations with the Islamic Republic of Iran. 

He emphasized that the Tunisian government, regarding the Palestinian issue, has no differences in its position with the Islamic Republic of Iran.  219

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