Tehran, Aug 30, IRNA – President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad said that Iran and Cambodia have high potentials for enhancement of trade transactions and joint investments.
President Ahmadinejad made the above comments in a meeting with the visiting Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen on the sidelines of the 16th Non-Aligned Movement (NAM) summit in Tehran on Thursday.
The president said that both Iran and Cambodia should make use of such potentials for further expansion of their bilateral ties.
'Iran and Cambodia should work for advancement of their bilateral ties in all areas more than before and the embassies of both countries should become more active than before,' the president said while referring to the fact that Iran and Cambodia have always had friendly ties.
Referring to the existing potentials in the field of technical and economic investments, President Ahmadinejad expressed hope that a joint technical, economic and trade commission would be formed between Iran and Cambodia as soon as possible in order to pave the way for taking suitable decisions for enhancement of ties.
'Islamic Republic of Iran faces no restriction in boosting cooperation with Cambodia and both ountries should work for further cooperation,' the president added.
Referring to the holding of Non-Aligned Movement summit in Tehran, President Ahmadinejad said that participation of all member-states is an effective parameter for success of NAM summit.
'All member-states should help in order to be able to take better decisions and take more effective measures,' he added.
Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen for his part said that he is happy to be here in Tehran and attending the 16th NAM summit.
Prime Minister Hun called for expansion of trade and economic cooperation with the Islamic Republic of Iran.