President Raisi’s visit to Moscow will help promote Iran-Russia relations, Russian Prof says

Moscow, IRNA – Alexander Palishok, a Moscow State University professor, believes that an upcoming visit to Moscow by Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi will help the advancement of relations between the two countries.

Speaking in an exclusive interview with IRNA, Palishok, said that Iran-Russia relations have always been on the right track in the recent years.

Palishok, also the head of Iran-Russia friendship association, said that the mutual ties have taken a boost since President Raisi took office in August.

That is why Raisi’s visit to Russia is on the spotlight and the two countries are making their best to prepare the ground for the visit, he added.

Referring to the capacities of Iran and Russia for promotion of relations, Palishok said that a nearly $2 billion trade level is not satisfactory and has to grow to $10 billion or even more.

He believed that an Iran-Russia strategic document can help relations between the two countries and can be regarded as a roadmap in future planning for bilateral relations.

Palishok noted that the document will not be inked during President Raisi’s visit to Moscow and the two presidents will rather discuss the details of the agreement.


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