Tehran (IP) - The first vice president of the Islamic Republic of Iran, officially welcomed the Prime Minister of Niger at the historical-cultural complex of Saad Abad, Tehran, on Wednesday.

Iran PressIran news: The welcoming ceremony of Ali Lamin Zeine, the Prime Minister of Niger, who entered the country at the invitation of the First Vice President Mohammad Mokhbar, was held on January 24 in the Saad-Abad Palace complex.

Ali Lamine Zeine arrived in Tehran today on a one-day trip to discuss and negotiate with high-ranking officials of our country regarding various issues, including bilateral economic, political, commercial relations and international issues.

It should be noted that due to the enormous capacities of Africa, the current Iranian administration intends to expand relations with Africa significantly.

Also, after these negotiations, Iran's First Vice President Mohammad Mokhber and Niger's Prime Minister Ali Lamin Zeine signed several official cooperation documents.

In July of this year, Ebrahim Raisi traveled to three African countries to develop relations and expand cooperation in this continent.


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