The Embassy of the Slovak Republic in Tehran
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State Secretary of the Ministry of Foreign and European Affairs of the Slovak Republic, Lukáš Parízek, received an Iranian delegation headed by Mahmoud Barimani, Director General for North and East Europe of the Foreign Ministry of Iran, in the premises of the diplomacy department today (22 May).
Bratislava (10 November) – Slovakia and Iran have made yet another step towards strong enhancement of mutual cooperation. This was stated following the talks of Minister of Foreign and European Affairs of the Slovak Republic, Miroslav Lajčák, with his Iranian departmental counterpart Mohammad Javad Zarif in Bratislava on Thursday. “I am pleased that the relations with Iran have been intensifying and improving in the recent period,” noted Minister Lajčák, adding that this is true about the bilateral level as well as the level of Iran-European Union relations.
The development of bilateral relations was deemed dynamic by State Secretary of the Ministry of Foreign and European Affairs of the Slovak Republic and the Slovak Government Proxy for the Slovak Presidency of the Council of the European Union Ivan Korčok and the Iranian Ambassador (based in Vienna) Ebadollah Molaei today.
Bratislava (25 May) - At its Wednesday session in Bratislava, the Government of the Slovak Republic approved the nomination of Minister of Foreign and European Affairs Miroslav Lajčák for the post of UN Secretary-General. This was done in response to the invitation made by President of the UN General Assembly for the member states to nominate candidates with proven leadership and managerial abilities, extensive experience in international relations, and strong diplomatic, communication and multilingual skills for this post.
Bratislava (5 May) – A new climate in Iranian-EU relations is also beneficial in boosting bilateral cooperation with Slovakia. Ali Akbar Salehi, Iranian Vice-President and head of the Atomic Energy Organization, and Miroslav Lajčák, Minister of Foreign and European Affairs of the Slovak Republic, agreed on this at their meeting in Bratislava. The focus of their talks was primarily on identifying the areas in which Iranian and Slovak entities could launch specific investment and business activities as early as possible.