Iran, Hungary Discuss Expansion of Bilateral Ties

Wednesday, February 13, 2013

TEHRAN (FNA)- Iran and Hungary reviewed ways to further develop the two countries' bilateral relations and mutual cooperation.

The issue was raised in a meeting between Rapporteur of the Iranian Parliament's National Security and Foreign Policy Commission Seyed Hossein Naqavi Hosseini and Hungarian Ambassador to Tehran Gyula Petho here in Tehran on Monday.

Naqavi Hosseini underlined the expansion of mutual cooperation between Iran and Hungary in all fields, specially parliamentary, political and economic areas.

The Hungarian envoy, for his part, said that is prepared to enhance mutual cooperation with Iran in all fields, specially parliamentary ties.

He also pointed to the two countries' great potentials for boosting and reinvigorating of bilateral economic, trade and scientific ties.

Earlier, Iranian Foreign Minister Ali Akbar Salehi in a meeting with the former Hungarian Ambassador to Tehran George Busztin underlined Tehran's readiness to further develop relations with Budapest.

During the meeting in Tehran in 2011, Salehi referred to the two countries' existing potentials and capacities, and stressed Iran's preparedness to boost mutual cooperation with Budapest.

The Hungarian envoy, for his part, expressed the hope that the relations between the two countries would expand further, and submitted a letter from the Hungarian foreign minister to Salehi.

(Fars News Agency)


Anonymous said...

The Empire won't like this !

Countries developing positive bilateral relations without the Empire's permission is against the Global Mafia rules ! Do as you are told and don't get out-of-line or bad things will happen !

Anonymous said...

It is becoming harder and harder to maintain the Iran is developing nukes big lie.

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Anonymous said...

3rd International conference on Hollywoodism opens in Tehran

In Iran, on the sidelines of the 31st Fajr international film festival, the 3rd international conference on Hollywoodism has opened. Once again Hollywood is under the spotlight. For the third year in a row, filmmakers, directors, actors, and movie critics are in Tehran for a careful scrutiny of the cinema of the United States. This time even economists and politicians have joined in to discuss how Hollywood has been manipulating public opinion, promoting violence and inciting hatred towards cretin communities, groups or even countries, concentrating on movies such as Argo, Unthinkable, and Jerusalem countdown. Addressing a vast audience the entertainment industry can potentially tip the scales when everything boils down to what people think, and if a picture is worth a thousand words, how much power do motion pictures have? On the other hand as French Actor Dieudonne pointed out, comedy allows us to put forth questions that under normal circumstances we would probably not dare to ask. This can be politics, it can be Zionism, or it can be Hollywoodism. Independent cinema therefore can play a major role in raising public awareness.

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