(IRIBNEWS) - President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad said Sunday that the Islamic Republic of Iran is ready to transfer its economic, development and cultural experiences to other Islamic countries including Morocco.
The President made the remarks in his meeting with the visiting Moroccan Foreign Minister Muhammad bin Issa, reports Trend.
"Tehran and Rabat enjoy high capacities for further broadening of mutual relations," Ahmadinejad said adding given the two countries' strategic situation in the Middle East and North of Africa, their cooperation will lead to strengthened unity among Islamic countries.
Stressing that there are various energy resources and competent human forces in
the world of Islam, he said all Muslim countries should supplement each other and defend the interests of the world of Islam.
President Ahmadinejad considered the Islamic Republic of Iran's access to nuclear technology as the progress of all Muslims throughout the world, adding that the Iranian nation will defend its inalienable rights in different fields patiantly and prudently.
The visiting Minister for his part submitted Moroccan King's message to President Ahmadinejad.
The Foreign Minister announced his country's willingness to boost relations with Iran.
Expressing satisfaction over Iran's progress in different fields including nuclear technology, Muhammad bin Issa said Morocco welcomes Iran's advances and desires to gain advantage from its achievements.