Seventeen documents on bilateral cooperation in various fields were inked between Tehran and Beirut, IRNA news agency reports.
The documents are signed by the heads of relevant departments in the presence of President Ahmadinejad and his Lebanese counterpart Michel Suleiman
The documents were signed in energy, construction, academia, high tech, agriculture, health spheres.
Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmedinejad is on three-day visit to Lebanon upon his Lebanese counterpart Michel Suleiman's invitation.
After the official meetings in Beirut Ahmadinejad will visit South Lebanese villages of Bint Jbeil and Cana on the border with Israel, which caused serious discontent of the U.S. and Israel, who called the visit "provocative."
Washington sent several warnings to the Lebanese government, headed by Saad al-Hariri, head of the pro-Western Saudi-motion al-Mustaqbal, not to allow Ahmadinejad to visit the Lebanese-Israeli border.
The village of Bint Jbeil became a center of fierce armed clashes between members of the Lebanese pro-Iranian Hezbollah party and Israeli forces during the Second Lebanon War in July 2006. Now southern Lebanon is controlled by a special contingent of UNIFIL peacekeepers along with the Lebanese army. However, Israel and the U.S. are sure that Hezbollah, which Washington consideres the terrorist organization, uses these villages to store weapons, which are expected to be delivered from Tehran and Damascus.
It is expected that Ahmadinejad and Nasrallah hiding the last four years will appear together at the mass meeting in the southern suburbs of Beirut, to be held in his honor by Hezbollah.