Friday, October 12, 2007


SARAJEVO, Bosnia (October 12, 2007) – In a meeting with the Bosnian Presidency members,Iran's parliament speaker, Gholam-Ali Haddad-Adel announced Iran's readiness for the expansion of mutual ties with Bosnia in all fields especially economic sector.

The Iranian parliament speaker enumerated the cultural victories and the existing interests of both nations as an appropriate ground for expansion of economic relations.

Referring to unjust wars imposed on Iran and Bosnia, he stressed the necessity of cooperation for the reconstruction of the two countries.

"Iran supports Bosnia to join the European Union and believes that a strong EU can improve the trend of multilateralism in the world," he remarked.

The Bosnian President Zeljko Komsic expressed delight over the presence of the Iranian parliamentary delegation in Bosnia and emphasized the expansion of economic relations with Iran.

President Komsic named Iran a good and important friend of Bosnia, saying Iran's parliament speaker visit is a sign of friendly relations of the two nations.

The Iranian delegation also held constructive talks with Bosnia's Prime Minister Nikola spiric, members of the Bosnian Inter-Religious Council and the Bosnian House of Peoples’ Collegium. The conclusion form all these meetings is that relations between Bosnia and Iran are satisfactory and that there are no obstacles for the development of bilateral relations.

“The road is open for improving all these relations and we only need to work on that”, the Iranian Parliament Speaker said. He also announced that the Bosnian Foreign Trade and Economic Relations Minister will visit Iran, while the Iranian Chamber of Commerce President will visit Bosnia.

The Iranian Parliament Speaker Gholam-Ali Haddad-Adel said that Iran has a population of over 70 million and that his country is seeing rapid development. He stressed that Iran offers great opportunities for engineers and companies from Bosnia.

“Products from Bosnia can be important to the Iranian market and Iran will offer a list of its products for the Bosnian market”, the Iranian Parliament Speaker stated.


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Go Bosnia Go dear Bosnia Iranian opeople are with you tell total victory

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