Iran, Mexico for stronger bilateral legal framework

Iran, Mexico for stronger bilateral legal framework

Iran, Mexico for stronger bilateral legal framework

 

 
 
They suggested investment and signing trade contracts as ways of strengthening the existing ties.
 
The statement also stressed cultural exchanges and urged further cooperation in tourism, arts exhibitions, archeology and academic relations.
 
Welcoming the nuclear agreement between Iran and world powers, they reiterated the inalienable rights of nations for development, research and use of nuclear energy with peaceful purposes.
 
Takht-Ravanchi and Carlos Icaza also expressed their deep concern over the threat of terrorism and the conditions of Syria, Iraq, and Yemen.

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