Iran, Armenia urge joint cooperation to expand bilateral, regional, int'l ties
Tehran (IP) - During a phone call, the President of Iran and Armenian Prime Minister stressed the need for the officials to work together in the Joint Commission for cooperation to develop bilateral, regional and International Relations between Tehran and Yerevan.
Iran Press/Iran news: Iran's President Hassan Rouhani and Armenian Prime Minister Nicole Pashinyan on Tuesday evening in a telephone conversation, while referring to the outbreak of coronavirus in many countries and the problems that this disease has created for governments and nations, stressed the need to develop regional as well as international cooperation and the sharing the two countries' experiences in order to deal with this pandemic.
The two sides reiterated that Iran and Armenia, as two neighboring countries, should think more about each other and help each other in these difficult circumstances.
They also went on to call the efforts of the officials of the two countries on the borders to gradually restore the volume of exchanging goods and trade relations so that they return back to normal through strict observance of health guidelines as important issues.
Rouhani, while referring to Iran's success in supplying and manufacturing sanitary and disinfectants, ventilators, CT scans, and masks, said: "The Islamic Republic of Iran is ready to meet the needs of other countries, including Armenia, to fight against coronavirus."
"Nikol Pashinyan" also congratulated the occasion of the holy month of Ramadan to the government and people of Iran and praised the success of the Islamic country in the fight against corona and its positive effects.