Bolivian President to Visit Iran Soon
20-Jul-2010 (one comment)

TEHRAN (FNA)- Bolivian President Evo Morales is due to visit Tehran in mid summer to meet with Iranian officials and discuss ways to expand bilateral relations between the two countries.

Bolivian ambassador to Tehran Jorge Miranda made the remarks on Saturday.

Bolivia's ambassador also stressed that his country utterly supported Iran's peaceful nuclear program.

Miranda said that both the Bolivian nation and government supported the idea of peaceful settlement of the issue of Iran's nuclear program through diplomatic ways and dialogue.

Referring to newly-established ties between the two countries which goes back only to a few years ago, he said Iran and Bolivia were exchanging views on ways of expanding cooperation among Iranian and Bolivian companies.

He further noted that the two governments were holding sessions and seminars to elaborate on the issue.

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