Iranian Acting Foreign Minister Strengthens Ties with Sri Lanka at BRICS Summit

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During the BRICS summit in Nizhny Novgorod, Iran’s Acting Foreign Minister, Ali Bagheri Kani, held significant talks with Sri Lankan Foreign Minister Ali Sabry, highlighting a concerted effort to enhance bilateral relations between the two nations.

This summit, marking Iran’s first ministerial participation since joining BRICS in January, provided a platform for Bagheri Kani to engage in multiple diplomatic discussions. Among these, his meeting with Sabri stood out as both diplomats emphasized the importance of maintaining and advancing the cooperative legacy established by the late Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi and Foreign Minister Hossein Amirabdollahian.

Bagheri Kani expressed his appreciation for Sri Lanka’s solidarity following the recent tragic loss of Iran’s leaders, noting Sri Lanka’s declaration of a public mourning day and participation in the funeral ceremonies in Iran. This gesture was acknowledged as a testament to the deep ties between the two countries.

Reflecting on the late President Raisi’s visit to Sri Lanka, Sabri reaffirmed the commitment of both nations to develop stable and prosperous relations. “The two countries will protect the valuable legacy of President Raisi and Foreign Minister Amirabdollahian in the development of bilateral relations, and we will work to improve it,” Sabry emphasized.

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