The embassy of Slovenia reopened in Tehran today after 4 years.
Slovenia‘s President Borut Pahor, Iran’s foreign minister Mohammad Javad Zarif and some other senior officials of both countries attended the reopening ceremony.
Slovenian acting chargé d’affaires to Iran dispatched to Tehran for reopening the country’s embassy two months ago.
He headed to Iran to take the necessary steps to reopen the embassy.
Borut Pahor held talks with Iranian high ranking officials following his arrival in Tehran.
He met with the Supreme Leader of the Islamic Republic of Iran and also President Rouhani.
President Rouhani had stated that both sides share common interest on different subjects, adding Iran values expanding ties with European states.
President Rouhani stressed the importance of strengthening ties with European Union, noting the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action has paved the ground for better mutual cooperation with world countries.
Heading a high-ranking politico-economic delegation, Slovenia’s President Borut Pahor arrived in Tehran on Monday and held talks with Iranian senior officials.