Iran, Indonesia to broaden parliamentary cooperation
Jakarta, Iran's Ambassador to Indonesia Valiullah Mohammadi Nasr Abadi said on Tuesday that the Islamic Republic of Iran and Indonesia are determined to broaden parliamentary cooperation between the two countries.
The Iranian ambassador made the remarks in a meeting with the Chairman of the Indonesian parliament's first commission (Defense, Foreign and Information Affairs) Abdul Kharis Almasyhari and Deputy Parliamentary Commission Satya Widya Yudha on Tuesday.
Fortunately, there are very good relations between Iran and Indonesia in various sectors especially in parliamentary cooperation," Iranian Ambassador said in the meeting.
He also underlined that the two Asian countries enjoy good bilateral, multilateral and international relations and cooperation in various fields.
The Iranian ambassador criticized the US for using antiIran rhetoric and measures such as blacklisting the Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC).
The Indonesian lawmaker praised Iran as a source of inspiration for Indonesia, saying that Tehran can turn into symbol of development for other developing nations.
He noted that Iran never gives up under any pressures, stressing that Tehran will overcome obstacles.
Source: Islamic Republic News Agency IRNA