Poland’s ambassador to Tehran here Wednesday welcomed privatization of state-owned industries and companies in Iran, and viewed it as an excellent opportunity for expanding Tehran-Warsaw economic ties and cooperation. The polish diplomat made the remarks in a roundtable on the historical background of Iran-Poland relations held to mark the 80th anniversary of the establishment of ties between the two countries.
During the meeting, the envoy voiced enthusiasm for cooperation with Iran, saying that the present trend of privatization in the Islamic Republic has provided a very good opportunity for the two sides to expand ties and cooperation.
He also reminded that the two countries can boost cooperation in the energy sector, given the recent decision made by the Polish government to supply the country’s energy needs from a variety of resources.
The ambassador further viewed Iraq and Afghanistan as among significant issues about which Iran and Poland can have good interaction, and also voiced Warsaw’s readiness to cooperate with Iran in the campaign against organized crimes.
Also during the same roundtable, Iran’s Deputy Foreign Minister Manouchehr Mohammadi noted the two countries’ good relations, and said there resides proper grounds for the expansion of ties and bolstering of cooperation between Iran and Poland