Mottaki and Medelci meet in Tehran

TEHRAN,  (ISNA) -Foreign ministers of Iran and Algeria met on Sunday to discuss bilateral ties between their countries and the ways to expand them.

Manouchehr Mottaki described bilateral ties to be in a new chapter of progress based on common interests of the two nations.

He also called for a new direction in the two sides’ relations by relying on the framework of the agreements and obviating obstacles on the way.

Mourad Medelci for his part said Tehran, Algiers ties are mounting and that they have defined great objectives to aid their progress.

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