A conference on "The Relations between Iran and Tanzania" was held in the School of Diplomacy of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Tanzania with the contribution of the Cultural Center of the Islamic Republic of Iran.
According to the Public Relations of Islamic Culture and Relations Organization, a conference on "The Relations between Iran and Tanzania" was held on Thursday, April 6 in the auditorium of the School of Diplomacy of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Tanzania with the contribution of the Cultural Center of the Islamic Republic of Iran and with the presence of political and cultural figures, professors and students of the School of Diplomacy.
In this conference, Ali Bagheri, the Iranian cultural attaché in Tanzania, in his speech explained the history of relations between Iran and Tanzania and stated: "It was very important for Tanzania that the Islamic Revolution supported the oppressed and cut all relations with the racist regime of South Africa. For this reason, a very good ground was prepared to create a very close communication between the two countries and political relations formally began between the two countries in 1984 by issuing a joint statement and the Embassy of the Islamic Republic of Iran in Tanzania was opened in 1985".
He continued: "Along with the development of the cultural agreements between the two countries in 1991, the Cultural Center of the Islamic Republic of Iran in Dar es Salaam was also opened".
In addition, in this conference Musa Farhang, the Iranian ambassador to Tanzania in his speech pointed out the objectives and policies of the Islamic Republic of Iran and talked about historical relations between the two countries.
Providing a report about civil and industrial situation in Iran, Musa Farhang outlined the achievements since the Islamic Revolution and emphasized: "Today Iran is considered as a regional power and has been able to achieve self-sufficiency in many areas".
Following the conference, Ochowle, the Executive Vice President of the School of Diplomacy delivered a speech and said: "Iran and Tanzania have deep and historical relations that professors and students should pay attention to it".
Appreciating the Iranian ambassador to Tanzania, he called for the revival and follow-up of the agreement between the institute and the School for International Relations of the Iranian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and announced that the School of Diplomacy in Dar es Salaam is ready to establish a Persian Language Chair at the school.