MP: Iran foreign policy advocates non-interference in other states
Co-chairman of Iran-Algeria parliamentary friendship group Masoud Goudarzi said on Wednesday that Iran foreign policy advocates non-interference in domestic affairs of other countries, IRNA reported.
Goudarzi made the remarks in a meeting with Algerian Ambassador to Tehran Abdel Mounaam Ahriz.
The Member of Parliament expressed deep concern about deterioration of humanitarian crises in the region, saying that the human cost of the crises are alarming for all states.
He said that the two countries have good and positive ties in different fields of politics, economy and security and expressed hope those parliamentary relations would develop as well.
The Iranian MP underlined necessity for development and expansion of cultural and scientific relations between the two countries, saying that parliaments, as representatives of nations may play important role to consolidate and strengthen economic cooperation between the two nations.
Abdel Mounaam Ahriz expressed pleasure with the growing trend of relations between the two countries, saying that there are plenty of common grounds on international and regional issues between Iran and Algeria, which may lead to enhanced cooperation in international forums.
He said that Algeria is also following policy of non-interferences in other countries affairs and prefers to help resolve disputes through dialogue.
Ahriz said that Algeria was facing with phenomenon of terrorism suffering from many irreparable damages and that the experience may help fight against terrorism.
He called for regular consultations between senior officials of the two countries.
He said that upcoming visit of Iran's president to Algeria will lead to strengthening and consolidating mutual ties.