Iran, Namibia Foreign Ministers discuss bilateral ties
Iranian Foreign Minister Hossein Amir-Abdollahian held a phone conversation with Namibia’s Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs Netumbo Nandi-Ndaitwah to discuss some international issues and the expansion of bilateral cooperation in the areas of politics, economy, science, and university ties.
The top Iranian diplomat voiced satisfaction with good and
growing bilateral relations between Iran and Namibia and welcomed an
enhancement of bilateral ties in the areas of science, technology and agriculture.
Amir-Abdollahian highlighted the status of Africa in the 13th Iranian
administration’s foreign policy and laid emphasis on the plans, which are being
implemented, for the expansion of cooperation with this continent, including
The Iranian foreign minister thanked Namibia’s positions in
support of the Palestinian people and emphasized the shared goals of the two
countries. He also expressed hope for closer cooperation between the two sides
in international bodies.
For her part, Namibia’s chief diplomat pointed to Iran’s
support for the African country during the fight for independence. She welcomed
an expansion of bilateral and multilateral cooperation with Iran and said there
are many grounds for cooperation between the two states.
She expressed hope to visit Iran in the future.