Iran announces the agreement with Algeria to cancel political and service visas and promises more positive development in the mutual relations


On Saturday, Iranian Foreign Minister Hossein Amir Abdollahian announced that an agreement had been reached with Algeria to cancel political and service visas.

This came in a press conference he held with his Algerian counterpart, Ahmed Ataf, who is currently visiting Tehran.

The Iranian Foreign Minister continued, saying, “Relations between the two countries are moving in the right direction, as we are holding strong political talks at a high level, and we agreed in our talks today to follow the path of canceling political and service visas, and we are working to cancel the regular visa as well”.

Last March, Iran announced the appointment of Mohammad Reza Babaei as its new ambassador to Algeria.

Earlier, Abdullahian expressed his satisfaction with the level of political relations between Iran and Algeria, but called for more efforts to strengthen and expand bilateral relations.

The Iranian minister also stressed the need to use the capabilities of the two countries to expand economic and trade cooperation between the two countries.

The Algerian Foreign Minister arrived, earlier, on a visit to the Iranian capital, Tehran, at the invitation of his Iranian counterpart, Hussein Amir Abdullahian.

The Iranian and Algerian Foreign Ministers will hold bilateral talks during the visit, and the Algerian foreign minister will also meet with a number of senior Iranian officials.

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