Oct 2, 2017, 4:05 PM
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Montenegro opt for deepening of ties with Iran

Belgrade, Oct 2, IRNA - Minister of Culture of Montenegro Janko Ljumovic in a meeting with Iran's accredited Ambassador to Montenegro Hossein Molla-Abdollahi in Cetinje city on Monday voiced willingness to enhance ties with Iran in different areas.

Ljumovic pointed to Iran's cultural and civilization donations to human community, and said that cooperation with a country with such rich cultural and civilizational heritage for several thousand years is so valuable for Montenegro.

He said that one of bright visions of Iran's culture is its cinema, which is so inspiring and valuable for the whole human society.

Ljumovic expressed his country's readiness for cooperation with Iran in all fields such as film industry, music, painting, theatre and cultural heritage, and welcomed proposal for exchanging media and cultural delegation between the two countries.

Ambassador Molla-Abdollahi, for his part, expressed the hope that cultural cooperation between the two countries would promote reciprocal recognition of the two nations and governments, adding that this reciprocal acquaintances will pave the way for mutual cooperation.

Iran's non-resident envoy in Montenegro pointed to talks held with political officials in the field of removing visa between the two countries to pave the way for enhancing cultural, tourism and economic relations between the two countries.

Referring to Iran's active particiaption in Montenegro book exhibition, the Iranian envoy called for participation of Montenegro in Tehran Book Fair.

Montenegro islocated in southern Europe and its currency is euro.

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