Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif and his Bosnian counterpart Igor Crnadak discussed matters of common interest on Friday.
The two top diplomats discussed recent developments in the bilateral ties, including political, economic, cultural ones and stressed the expansion of ties in all fields.
They also exchanged ideas about recent global and regional developments, and the necessity of more cooperation in international organizations.
The necessity to fight terrorists and extremists, as a common threat to all the world, strengthening tourism and ties of the people of the countries, and also facilitating the visa process for traders and entrepreneurs of the two countries were also among the issues discussed.
Zarif is on his last leg of the regional tour of visiting four countries in the Balkans.