Serbian Minister Calls for Further Development of Economic, Trade Ties with Iran
TEHRAN (FNA)- Serbia's Labor, Employment and Social Affairs Minister Rasim Ljajic in a meeting with Iranian Foreign Ministry Spokesman Ramin Mehman-Parast stressed the necessity for the further development of economic and trade relations between the two countries.
During the meeting in Belgrade, Ljajic underlined deepening mutual cooperation, and said that the political and economic grounds are ready for investment in the country.
He also noted that Tehran and Belgrade have high capacities for development of economic and commercial cooperation.
Describing Iran's capabilities in various fields, energy in particular, as significant, Ljajic hoped that commercial cooperation will have upward trend in a not too distant future.
Iran and Serbia have in recent years made great efforts to further develop their bilateral relations and mutual cooperation in all fields.
In May 2010, President Ahmadinejad said at a meeting with Serbian Ambassador to Tehran Alexander Tacik that there is no impediment to the further expansion of Iran-Serbia ties, and called for bolstering cooperation between the two sides.
Ahmadinejad further pointed out that Iran and Serbia's memberships in such international bodies and circles as the Non-Aligned Movement (NAM) provides a proper ground for the consolidation of cooperation and coordination between the two countries in the international arena.