Iran, Poland honor 540th anniv. Of relations

Iran’s Ambassador to Poland, Ramin Mehman Parast

Iran’s Ambassador to Poland, Ramin Mehman Parast

TEHRAN, Mar. 01 (MNA) – The conference of commemorating 540th anniversary of Iran-Poland relations was held in Warsaw yesterday.

The event was organized by Iran’s embassy and with the cooperation of Poland National Archive and was attended by Ramin Mehman Parast, Iran’s Ambassador to Poland, Stamp Niak, the Head of Poland National Archive, Sheratiks, the Public Diplomacy General Manager of Poland Foreign Ministry, and some cultural figures and officials.

Mehman Prast, noting the longstanding relations of Tehran and Warsaw, said both countries are trying to enjoy this history to reinforce and expand the ties.

Emphasizing the importance of private section cooperation, he added: “Iran and Poland can cooperate to create new markets in Europe and Asia.”

He also pointed the different plans of expanding the ties and expressed hope to see the establishment of direct flight between Tehran and Warsaw in near future.

Polish Official, for his part, stressed the long history of Iran-Poland relations and the presence of 120 thousands Polish emigrants in Iran, calling it “the greatest European emigration.”

“Our bilateral relation has always been based on mutual respect and we look for continuation and multidimensional expansion of ties with Iran,” he added.

The exhibition of 540 years of political relations and related documents and showing a documentary film about Polish emigrants in Iran were among the programs of the gathering. The event was wrapped up by signing the MoU of archival cooperation between Iran and Poland.

By Mehr News Agency