IRNA – Slovenian Foreign Minister Karl Erjavec on Friday reaffirmed his country’s support for Iran nuclear deal known as the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA).
In a meeting with Iran’s Ambassador in Ljubljana Morteza Darzi-Ramandi, he hailed improvement of bilateral relations, saying that the JCPOA can serve as a model for settlement of international challenges.
Referring to Iran’s regional status, Slovenian official hailed Iran’s key role in resolving regional crises.
Iran’s envoy, for his part, appreciated the Slovenian government and foreign ministry’s assistance to promote bilateral ties.
Darzi-Ramandi whose term has come to an end also presented a report on the latest situation of Iran-Slovenia ties in various fields, trade and economy in particular.