Romania stresses talks to settle dispute over Iran's N-case

Iran Materials 13 February 2007 12:18 (UTC +04:00)

(www.irna.ir) вЂ" A Romanian parliamentarian in Bucharest on Monday stressed the importance of pursuing a policy that would encourage negotiations to settle the dispute over Iran's nuclear case.

Chairman of the Foreign Policy Commission of the Romanian Chamber of Deputies Stefan Glavan met with Iranian Ambassador to Bucharest Ali-Akbar Farazi.

The Iranian ambassador, in the meeting, gave a synopsis of Iran- Romania bilateral relations, particularly their cooperation in the parliamentary field, and expressed Iran's readiness to strengthen cooperation with Romania in all areas, reports Trend.

He lashed out at the double standards applied by certain international circles on Iran's nuclear dossier and called for continuation of diplomatic talks.

Glavan, pointing to the deep-rooted ties between the two countries and their strategic position in global equations, voiced his country's readiness to expand relations particularly in trade and other economic fields.

On the Iran nuclear issue, he voiced his opinion that diplomatic negotiations would be the best means of solving the issue.

During the meeting, the two sides discussed latest regional and international developments, Iran's peaceful nuclear program and the Middle East crisis.

Farazi and Glavan also exchanged views on the possibility of holding another session of their Iran-Romania Joint Economic Commission and for exchange of trade delegations as well as their cooperation in the energy sector and in international organizations.