Mongolian ambassador submits his credentials to Iranian President Ahmadinejad

Tehran, Jan 31, IRNA – New Mongolian ambassador to Tehran submitted his credentials to President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad here on Tuesday.

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According to the report of Presidential Office website, President Ahmadinejad said in the meeting that the two countries have friendly ties with a long history and Iran is interested to strengthen relations and cooperation with Mongolia in all fields.
Referring to current world situation, Ahmadinejad said that time for those governments who thought they own the world and all nations should be under their influence is over.
He added that nowadays, all nations should participate and cooperate in establishing peace, security and tranquility in the world.
President Ahmadinejad also underlined expansion of cultural and scientific cooperation between Iran and Mongolia and said that such cooperation will benefit both nations.
The Mongolian new Ambassador Dashdarj Yabahoo, for his part, said that his country insists on strengthening ties and cooperation in different fields with Iran.
He pointed out that new world order requires expansion of cooperation and coordination between the two countries.
The new envoy called for cooperation in the field of science and education and said that considering Mongolian historical sources written in Farsi language, academic and cultural cooperation will bear useful results for both nations.
He added that Mongolia gives much importance to consolidating relations with Iran.
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Islamic Republic News Agency of Iran
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