(www.irna.ir) вЂ" Iran's Foreign Minister Manouchehr Mottaki conferred with his Moroccan counterpart Mohamed Bin Aissa in Rabat.
In the meeting, the two sides discussed bilateral ties, international issues such as Iraq, Lebanon, the Islamic world as well as Iran's nuclear dossier.
The foreign ministers also exchanged views on boosting cooperation in the international organizations and Islamic Conference, reports Trend.
Bin Aissa underlined the necessity of expansion of cooperation in political, economic, cultural and media fields.
Referring to President Ahmadinejad policy concerning expansion of ties with African countries, the Moroccan foreign minister said, "Certainly, this will be a new outlook for development and deepening ties between the two countries."
Concerning Iraq security, Mottaki said, "Iran considers Iraq security as security for the whole region."
He added, "We support Iraq's neighbors meeting which had been proposed by the Iraqi FM."
The two sides also supported Iran's peaceful nuclear activities in the framework of international laws and regulations and Iran's inalienable rights to use such energy and underlined the importance of dialogue to remove misunderstandings.
Mottaki also expressed pleasure over increasing commercial exchanges between the two countries which was at 50 million dollars in year 2000 and has now reached 550 million dollars.
The FMs inked an MoU on establishment of a consultative political committee.