Tehran-Yerevan Emphasize On Restoring Peace And Security In The Regi


Iranian Students News Agency ISNA, Iran
Service: Foreign Policy
Oct 23 2007

TEHRAN, Oct. 23 (ISNA)-Iran and Armenia emphasized on implementation
of joint construction projects including building dam, power plant
on Aras River and finalizing gas pipeline, oil refinery and railroad
projects during Ahmadinejad’s trip to Yerevan.

In this trip, mutual interests and international topics were discussed.

The two sides also signed new memorandums of understanding in economy
and banking and decided to open consular offices in both countries.

Delivering a speech in Yerevan’s university, and meeting Iranian
residents of that city were also a part of the trip agenda.

Mahmoud Ahmadinejad coming back from Yerevan at Tehran’s airport said
the two capitals’ relations are progressing and stabilized.

The president regarding his visit with Iranian residents and students
in Armenia noted that they were very persistent on defending their
country’s rights.

According to him both countries are determined to establish peace,
security and stability in the region and solve arguments of any kind
through negotiations.

"We have also agreed on aiding Iraq, Afghanistan and Palestine to
restore peace, security and stability," said the president.

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