Jul 10, 2021, 2:00 PM
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Iran, Serbia ties in best state: Serbian envoy

Qazvin, IRNA – Serbia’s Ambassador to Tehran Dragan Todorovic on Saturday termed the relationship between Iran and Serbia "at its best state in history" and said that Belgrade is willing to even expand the ties.

In a meeting with Qazvin Province Governor-General, Todorovic said that Serbia was willing to expand its ties with Iran.

He said the two countries were good friends, as they have always enjoyed good ties.

The Ambassador further noted that Serbia doesn’t restrict its ties with Iran to Tehran, as it tries to establish tourism, cultural, scientific and economic ties with all of Iran’s cities, including Qazvin city.

Iran, especially Qazvin Province, has a high capacity in tourism industry and Serbia can have good cooperation in this area with Iran, the diplomat added.

In the cultural arena, the ambassador said, there are many commonalities between Iran and Serbia and over 130 volumes of Farsi books have been translated into Serbian language and many Serbians know famous Iranian poets.

He went on to highlight the efforts by the two counties to produce a joint film.

Serbia is an Eastern European country with a population of about 7.5 million people. It borders with Bulgaria, Hungary, Croatia, Romania, Bosnia and Herzegovina and Montenegro.


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