(www.irna.ir) вЂ" Iran's ambassador to Belarus on Friday expressed Tehran's readiness to explore cooperation in construction of a nuclear plant in the country.
According to the Belarussian state-owned news agency Belta, Abdolhamid Fekri made the remarks at a news conference in Minsk saying that Iran will be ready to survey cooperation in Belarus' nuclear plant, if it is asked.
He also noted that Belarus enjoys abundant scientific and technological potentials to undertake the job itself, reports Trend.
Fekri underlined that the Islamic Republic develops nuclear programs under the limitations of international regulations.
The ambassador also referred to the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) reports on Iran's nuclear activities, saying that the agency has never reported any diversion in this respect.
Responding to question, he declared that Iran and Belarus will create a joint bank structure in the future.
Fekri called the two sides' cooperation in the field of tourism as good.
Belarussian President Alexander Lukashenko announced last week that his government plans to construct an atomic plant in the next year.