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News number: 8808201540

17:47 | 2009-11-11

Foriegn Policy

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Iran Underlines Expansion of All-Out Ties with Japan

TEHRAN (FNA)- Iranian Minister of Cooperatives Mohammad Abbasi in a meeting with Japanese Ambassador to Tehran Akio Shirota stressed the expansion of all-out ties with Tokyo.



Abbasi also reiterated that there are great potentials in both countries that pave the way for further expansion of all-out ties between the two states as Iran and Japan enjoy profound economic, social and cultural relations.

He further praised Iran's economic capabilities in various fields of energy, oil, gas and petrochemicals.

For his part, Shirota said that Tokyo considers Iran as a key country in the Central Asia, underlining the need for a boost in all-out cooperation between the two countries.

On activities of Japanese companies in Iran, he said there are over 30 companies and some 300 Japanese tradesmen involved in economic activities in the Islamic Republic.