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Armenia Set to Open Consulate General in Tabriz, Iran

Armenia Set to Open Consulate General in Tabriz, Iran

During a joint news conference held in Yerevan alongside Armenian Foreign Minister Ararat Mirzoyan, Iranian Foreign Minister Hossein Amir-Abdollahian disclosed an agreement critical to enhancing ties between Armenia and Iran—the establishment of the Armenian Consulate General in Tabriz, Iran.

Amir-Abdollahian conveyed the significant milestone, anticipating the formal inauguration of the consulate general in Tabriz within the initial weeks of the upcoming year.

"We are optimistic that my colleague and I will soon partake in the official opening ceremony of the consulate general. This development marks a positive step in bolstering bilateral relations, emphasizing the burgeoning cooperation between the public and private sectors of both countries," highlighted the Iranian Foreign Minister.

The accord signifies a new chapter in diplomatic relations, symbolizing the commitment of both nations to fostering closer ties and facilitating enhanced cooperation across various sectors. The establishment of the consulate general is poised to serve as a vital bridge in facilitating smoother exchanges, fostering cultural ties, and promoting deeper economic collaboration between Armenia and Iran.

This landmark agreement, announced amid diplomatic discussions in Yerevan, shows the mutual commitment to fortifying the foundations of cooperation and amity between Armenia and Iran. The forthcoming opening of the consulate general is anticipated to mark a significant stride in advancing bilateral interests and strengthening the bond between the two nations.


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