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Home > Press > Iran ready to transfer its experience to Egypt: MP

Credit: Islamic Republic News Agency - IRNA
Credit: Islamic Republic News Agency - IRNA

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Chairman of Majlis National Security and Foreign Policy Commission Alaeddin Boroujerdi said that Iran is ready to make its experience available to Egypt.

Iran ready to transfer its experience to Egypt: MP

Tehran, Iran | Posted on August 9th, 2011

He made the remark in an iftar ceremony at Iran's Interests Section in Cairo attended by a number of Egyptian political figures.

Boroujerdi, who is currently in Cairo to present invitation letters to an international seminar on Palestine to be held in Tehran added that given the current situation in Egypt, Iran is not in a hurry to establish official ties with the country.

"We believe that when the Mubarak regime collapsed in Egypt, the US lost its interests there," he said, noting that Iran considers its ties with the country established earlier.

The visits by several Egyptian figures to Iran is indicative of the matter, he noted.

Commenting on Iran's achievements in the post-Revolution era, he said despite the obstacles created by the US, Iran has managed to gain access to peaceful nuclear technology.

Iran has advanced to 14th position from 60th in the world in the field of nanotechnology, he recalled, noting that the country is ready to make its experience available to Egypt.

Addressing the gathering, an Egyptian figure said that his nation considers Iran's dignity its own.

"We believe that Iran is capable of solving all regional problems," he said, adding that the nation favors the establishment of ties with Iran at the earliest.

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