Prime Minister Narendra Modi Landed at Tehran Airport on a Historic Visit to Iran the Oil Friend of India.
Both the side is very much exited and hopping to have meaningful bilateral talks with lots of future focus agreements for mutual cooperation.
Mr. Modi, who is the first Indian Prime Minister having visited Iran in the last 15 years, was received at the Mehrabad International Airport by Iran’s Finance and Economic Affairs Minister Ali Tayyebnia.
Ahead of his visit to Iran, he said enhancing connectivity, trade, investment and energy partnership will be his priority with the Persian Gulf nation.
In a series of tweets on his Twitter Account, the Prime Minister said:
“I am looking forward to my visit to Iran today and tomorrow, at the invitation of President Rouhani.”
My meetings with President Rouhani and Hon’ble Supreme Leader of Iran will provide an opportunity to advance our strategic partnership.
Enhancing connectivity, trade, investments, energy partnership, culture and people to people contacts would be our priority.
I also look forward to the conclusion of the Chahbahar Agreement during my visit.
I will visit Gurudwara in Tehran and inaugurate an International Conference on ‘retrospect and prospect’ of India and Iran relations.”
I also hope my Iran visit further cements cultural & people-to-people ties between India & Iran: PM @narendramodi
— PMO India (@PMOIndia) May 22, 2016
— Raveesh Kumar (@MEAIndia) May 22, 2016
Source : pib.nic.in