Iran, Portugal Lift Visa for Political, Service Passports
TEHRAN (FNA)- Iran and Portugal marked a record on cancelation of visas for those holding political or benefit identifications.
The record was marked by Iranian Deputy Foreign Minister for Consular and Parliamentary Affairs Hassan Qashqavi and Portugal’s Secretary of State for Internationalization Jorge Costa Oliveira in a meeting in Tehran on Saturday evening.
Amid the meeting, the Portuguese authority highlighted the many fields for development of political, financial and social participation with Iran, communicating his nation’s status to bend over backward in such manner.
Qashqavi, as far as concerns him, voiced his fulfillment at the marking of the report on the nullification of visas for holders of political and administration identifications, and warmly respected the development of reciprocal ties in all regions.
He likewise focused on Tehran’s unmistakable fascination in promoting participation with Lisbon in exchange, tourism, scholastic and parliamentary fields.
The measure is viewed as an exceedingly noteworthy stride toward further advancement of political, monetary and social relations between the two nations.
The Iranian authority additionally noticed that the abrogation of visa with Portugal as a Schengen Area part state is a viable measure in bringing the two nations nearer than at any other time and expanding common exchanges.
In significant comments in late January, Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif in a meeting with Portuguese Ambassador to Tehran Jaoa Corte Real required the extension of Tehran-Lisbon exchange ties.
Amid the meeting in Tehran, Zarif and Corte Real investigated roads for reinforcing and reinvigorating of common collaboration in various ranges, uncommonly in financial and exchange fields.
Amid the meeting, Zarif said that Iran’s private division has the required capacities with regards to boosting participation with Portuguese organizations.
The Portuguese minister, as far as concerns him, said that he will do his best amid his main goal in Iran to lift exchange trades with Iran.