Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif said the post-sanction era provides unique chances for the world to enter new phases of cooperation with Iran, IRNA reported.
Addressing a session on social entrepreneurship in the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, on Wednesday evening, he outlined Iran's views on major economic and political issues and answered to questions posed to him by participants who were mainly big industrial names and economic activists.
The foreign minister elaborated on Iran's unique strategic position in the region as well as the world both in political and economic terms and focused on the investment opportunities opening up in Iran after the implementation of Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCOA).
Zarif and Presidential Chief of Staff Mohammad Nahavandian who accompanied the foreign minister in the event were well received in Davos, as demands for meeting with them were far from anticipation.
It was the first visit by the two Iranian high-ranking officials to Davos since the implementation of JCPOA (January 16), they were expected to be warmly welcomed but their reception was beyond expectations.
Davos annual meeting slated for January 20-23 will discuss various issues including migrants from the areas battered by terrorism, severe decline in oil prices, terrorist attacks in different countries and climate changes.
Over 2,500 people including state leaders, non-governmental organizations and commercial institutes from around the world will participate in the upcoming event.
Nahavandian too outlined Iran's policies and facilities for absorbing investments and promoting sustainable economic interaction with foreign investors.