TEHRAN, Sep. 20 (MNA) – Iran’s speaker on International Affairs said three parliamentary delegations from Kenya, Nigerai and Hungray were scheduled to visit Tehran in the near future.
Speaker on International Affairs Hossein Sheikholeslam said, “a parliamentary delegation from Kenya is due to visit Iran today (Saturday); a parliamentary delegation from Nigeria and one from Hungary will visit Iran on October 21.”
“Yusuf Haji, Chairman of Kenya’s Senate Committee on National Security and Foreign Relations, accompanied with a parliamentary delegation are due to visit Iran today after an invitation by his Iranian counterpart, Alaedin Boroojerdi,” said Sheikholeslam and that “this delegation will stay in Tehran for four days and will meet with some Iranian officials.”
“Chairman of Nigerian Senate Committee on Agriculture who chairs the parliamentary delegation from Nigeria will visit Iran tomorrow for a five-day stay after invitation by Abbas Rajaei, Chairman of the Committee on Agriculture, Water and Natural Resources in Iran.”, he cadded.
As for the Hungarian delegation, he mentioned, “deputy Hungarian parliament speaker was invited by Iranian deputy parliament speaker, Hojatoleslam Abu Torabi-Fard, and will visit Tehran on October 21 for a three-day stay.”
Foreign delegations will each discuss bilateral economic issues with the Iranian officials.
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