(IRNA) - Foreign Minister Manouchehr Mottaki in a meeting with his counterpart from Chad, Ahmad Allam-Mi on Monday said that in its foreign relations, Iran gives special attention to the African continent and its capacities.
Underlining bilateral friendly ties, he said that Iran's trade fairs held in Chad have prepared the ground for cooperation between the two countries and transfer of Iran's experience and technical know-how to Chad.
Mottaki said that today Iran's products have a good market in the world, including Africa, given that they are competitive in quality and price.
"We have no restriction on expansion of relations with Chad. In addition to favorable political exchanges, we will attempt to take new measures in trade and economic fields and broaden our mutual relations in all domains.
On his part, Allam-Mi welcomed expansion of mutual relations, adding that given Iran's high importance in the Middle East and world, his country is willing to bolster cooperation with it in various fields.
Turning the significance of development of trade exchanges between the two sides, he said, "The Iranian products exhibited in Chad were warmly welcomed by the people of Chad, which shows that they are satisfied with the presence of Iranian companies and the goods presented by them."