Hungarian deputy prime minister said his country's cooperation with Iran in the field of peaceful nuclear cooperation shall continue and promote in future, IRNA reported.
Zsolt Semjén in a meeting with the visiting Head of Iran's Atomic Energy Organization (IAEO) Ali-Akbar Salehi in Budapest said: 'Iran's significant status is known to everyone.'
'Iran's assistance to Afghan and Iraqi refugees and to the crisis-hit countries deserves to be commended,' he added.
Salehi said IAEO is ready for cooperation with is Hungarian counterpart calling for facilitating financial and banking operation for Iranian students following removal of sanctions.
'Iran enjoys appropriate capacities to expand nuclear cooperation with Hungary and both countries can play a mutual complementary role in this regard,' he added.
In addition to bilateral cooperation, Salehi and Semjén reviewed regional and international developments including fight against terrorism, refugees crisis, plight of Syrians, Iraqis and Afghans peoples, and bombardment of Yemeni civilians by Saudi Arabia's planes.