Tehran (IP)- In a telephone conversation with the Serbian President, the President of the Islamic Republic of Iran stressed that there are various excellent capacities for the beneficial expansion of relations between Tehran and Belgrade.

Iran PressIran news: The Islamic Republic of Iran and Serbia, as two friendly countries, have very good relations with each other.

According to the Iran Press news agency, in response to the phone call of the President of Serbia on Monday night Iran's President Ebrahim Raisi said: "The diverse capacities available in the two countries have made it possible for furthering the current status of interactions and relations between Tehran and Belgrade."

Addressing the President of Serbia, the President of the Islamic Republic of Iran said that the expansion of bilateral relations between Iran and Serbia would create a good ground for improving the level of international interaction between the two countries.

Ebrahim Raisi further expressed confidence that talks and consultations between the two sides during this trip will play an effective role in expanding relations between the two countries.

In this telephone conversation, the President of Serbia congratulated the President and the people of Iran on the arrival of Eid al-Fitr and said: "The two countries have great capacities for cooperation with each other at the highest levels."

Expressing his desire to travel to Iran, Aleksandar Vučić stated: "He will bring the highest and best possible level of accompanying delegation to Iran so that he can discuss and consult on all available areas for expanding cooperation."

Earlier, the two presidents of the two countries, in a telephone conversation, referring to the various capacities for the development of Tehran-Belgrade cooperation, emphasized on using the existing capacities in order to further strengthen the relations between the two countries, especially in the economic and trade fields.

Iran and Serbia have good potential to increase cooperation in various sectors, including agriculture, industry, mining, construction, energy, petrochemicals, tourism and culture. 219