Tehran (IP) - Iran's foreign minister underlined the country's serious will to expand relations with African countries and comprehensively develop relations and interactions in all areas of common interest with Togo.

Iran PressIran news: Hossein Amir-Abdollahian, on Tuesday, met his Togolese counterpart Robert Dusi and his accompanying delegation in Tehran and explained Iran's achievements in various fields and the capabilities of Iranian companies in the economic, scientific, technological, and health sectors.

Referring to the importance of mutual visits of the two countries' officials in developing relations, Amir-Abdollahian announced Iran's readiness to expand cooperation with Togo.

Robert Dusi also announced his country's readiness to boost ties with the Islamic Republic, especially on trade and economic issues.

The Togolese foreign minister invited Iranian companies to participate in his country's development program and related projects, enumerating areas of work, including education, health, and energy.

Both sides agreed to establish a joint working committee, consider establishing embassies in the two countries' capitals, and exchange trade delegations.


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