Iran Appraise Cooperation with Armenia

Minister of Defense and Armed Forces Logistics Brigadier General Mostafa Mohammad-Najjar conferred on Wednesday in Yerevan with Armenian Prime Minister Serzh Sarkisian on expansion of mutual cooperation between the two countries.  



According to Public Relations Department of Iran’s Defense Ministry, at the meeting, the Iranian minister said expansion of mutual cooperation and increasing the current level of constructive ties between two countries indicate the extent to which officials of the two sides are determined to broaden such cooperation and help maintain stability in the region. 


Limiting the involvement of ultra regional powers could help restore security and tranquility to the region, Najjar said. 


“We believe that regional issues should be resolved with the help of countries in the region,” he said. 


The Armenian premier, for his part, underlined the need for cooperation to help establish and maintain stability and tranquility in the region. 


At the meeting, the Iranian minister extended an invitation from Iran’s first vice president to pay an official visit to Iran which was welcomed by Armenian premier who appreciated the invitation. 


He thanked on behalf of Armenian government and its nation for the support of Iranian officials for broadening ties between the two countries. 



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