Iran’s President Hassan Rouhani said on Tuesday that Tehran is willing to share its experiences with others to help enhance peace and stability.
“Iran seeks to the establishment of complete peace and stability in all countries, including Mali, and will spare no efforts in this regard,” President Rouhani said in a meeting with the new Malian Ambassador to Iran Bobakr G. Diall.
“We are also ready to share our experiences in different fields with friendly countries like Mali,” the Iranian president added.
He also voiced Tehran’s interest in expanding its ties with African countries, Mali in particular, saying the upcoming termination of anti-Iran sanctions will pave the way for enhanced ties between the two sides.
Iran and the Group 5+1 (Russia, China, the US, Britain, France and Germany – also known as the P5+1 or E3+3) on July 14 reached a nuclear deal that would terminate all sanctions imposed on Tehran over its nuclear energy program after taking effect.
Diall, for his part, hailed Iran’s developments based on indigenous knowledge, and expressed the hope that Mali could use Iran’s capabilities in different areas.
The Malian envoy, during the meeting, also submitted his credentials to the Iranian president.