Iran, Armenia underline solving trade disputes
Moscow, Iran's Ambassador to Armenia Seyyed Kazem Sajjadi and Chairman of Armenia's Investigative Committee Hayk Grigoryan stressed the need for promoting ties among the judicial and inspection institutes and solving trade differences.
During the meeting, Sajjadi underlined cooperation and exchange of experience among the two countries' inspection organizations and called for dealing with the cases of their nationals' offenses, especially commercial ones.
He also maintained that solving the differences will help promote all-out political and economic relations between Tehran and Yerevan.
The envoy also welcomed the two countries' cooperation in fighting money laundering and drug trafficking.
Grigoryan, for his part, called for immediate resolution of judicial cases of the Iranian nationals and stressed the need for boosting ties between the two countries' inspection institutes.
Armenia, a country of three million people, gained independence in 1991 following collapse of the Soviet Union.
Source: Islamic Republic News Agency - IRNA