(IRNA) - Iran's Ambassador to Hanoi Hossein Molla-Abdollahi at the end of his tenure met with Vietnam President Neguyen Minh Triet on Friday in which the Vietnamese president supported Iran's right to have peaceful nuclear energy.
In the meeting, the ambassador presented a report of embassy's activities during his tenure to promote and strengthen ties between the two countries.
He also expressed hope that in the near future bilateral cooperation in all fields would be promoted, reports Trend.
Explaining Iran's nuclear achievements, Abdollahi said, "Iran, as an active member of NPT has cooperated in all fields with IAEA so far."
He expressed hope that Iran's nuclear dossier can be solved through political negotiation upon mutual understanding and respect for the right of Iran to use peaceful nuclear energy.
The Vietnamese president, for his part, hailed expansion of bilateral ties and pointed out that with mutual efforts, economic, cultural and political cooperation can develop more and more.
He supported Iran's right to use peaceful nuclear energy and expressed hope that the current problem can be solved through dialogue and peacefully.
Neguyen Minh Triet described current situation in the world as "complicated" and said the big powers are trying to impose their intentions to other nations while nations are fighting to maintain their independence, freedom and sovereignty.