• Wed / 24 February 2021 / 12:17
  • Category: Politics
  • News Code: 99120604434
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Iran, Tajikistan stress on fighting terrorism, drug-trafficking, cyber crimes

Iran, Tajikistan stress on fighting terrorism, drug-trafficking, cyber crimes

Tehran (ISNA) – Iran’s Interior Minister Abdolreza Rahmani-Fazli met with his Tajik counterpart Ramazon Rahimov in Dushanbe.

Reviewing regional developments, Rahmani-Fazli said, “Extremism, terrorism, human trafficking, drug trafficking and insecurity in the Middle East are mostly created by foreign countries”.

Referring to numerous political, social, cultural, historical, and linguistic commonalities between Iran and Tajikistan, he noted that Iranian and Tajik nations are willing to expand bilateral relations.

Rahmani-Fazli stressed that Iran is ready to cooperate with Tajikistan in political, social, security, crisis, and civil registration issues.

He went on to say that people of the region are capable of solving their own problems.

Ramazon Rahimov, for his part, emphasized that experience has proven that countering terrorism, organized crimes, drug trafficking, and cybercrimes is not possible without cooperation with other countries, so Tajikistan is ready to cooperate with Iran in all these fields.

Heading a delegation, Rahmani Fazli arrived in Dushanbe on Monday evening.

He had already met with Tajikistan’s President Emomali Rahmon in Dushanbe on Tuesday, discussing mutual ties.

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