Deputy Foreign Minister for Asia-Pacific Affairs Ebrahim Rahimpour and Georgian Foreign Minister Mikheil Janelidze in a meeting on Thursday discussed ways of expansion of ties.
The meeting happened on the occasion of 25th anniversary of Georgia independence.
Georgia celebrated the 25th Independence Day on Thursday to commemorate the adoption of the Act of Independence on May 26, 1918.
Visiting Iran's deputy foreign minister had also a meeting with Georgian Deputy Foreign Minister Davit Jalaghania.
Rahimpour discussed long-term bilateral economic and trade cooperation as well as boost of tourism and transit ties with Georgian officials.
The Iranian and Georgian officials discussed revival of weekly flights between the two countries after re-execution of visa removal agreement for Iranian citizens by Georgia.
During the meetings, Georgian officials said that there is no obstacle on way of boost of bilateral ties between the two states including the banking cooperation.
Iranian deputy foreign minister conveyed the invitation message of Iranian First Vice President Eshaq Jahangiri for Georgia premier Giorgi Kvirikashvili to the country's foreign minister.
Georgian foreign minister thanked Iran for recognizing the country's independence and supporting its sovereignty in the past 25 years.