Islamic Republic of Iran's Foreign Minister
Ali Akbar Salehi left the Nigerian capital of Abuja for Tehran in the early hours of Friday, IRNA reported.
Salehi arrived in Abuja on Thursday after completing his two-day tour of Europe.
The Iranian foreign minister arrived in Ljubljana, Slovenian capital, on Monday on the first leg of a two-nation European tour which later took him to Vienna, Austria.
During his stay in Ljubljana, Salehi met with his Slovenian counterpart
Samuel Zbogar and inaugurated the first Iranian Embassy in the republic.
While in Vienna, Salehi discussed issues of mutual interest in separate meetings with Austrian officials including his Austrian counterpart and Deputy Chancellor
Michael Spindelegger. Salehi visited Austria at the Spindelegger's invitation.
Foreign Minister Salehi had a short stop in Algeria en route NIgeria and met with his Algerian counterpart,
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