TEHRAN, Dec. 29 (ISNA)-Iran and Libya come to 10 economic, trade and cultural agreements during Iran's vice president trip to Tripoli.
The two countries' cooperation will go beyond Africa by expanding the cooperation in Latin America.
Also a joint committee is to be formed to pursue the administration of agreements every six months.
Davoudi in a joint press conference along with the Libyan prime minister Baghdadi Ali El-Mahmoudi noted Iranian experts soon would start various projects in Libya and hoped to witness that country's participation in Iran's plans.
The Libyan prime minister also announced a joint political committee is agreed to be established and hoped the agreements pave the way for more participation of Iranians in his country's economic ventures.
The vice president also held a meeting with the country's foreign minister Abdelrahman Mohammed Shalgam.
In this meeting Davoudi noted that Iran would share its experience and achievements with African countries in order to help them in their progress.
He also appreciated Libya's logical stance in regard to the country's nuclear issue and human rights issues.
Shalgam for his part emphasizing on the necessity of expanding bilateral ties said the two sides' enjoy close attitudes over many issues including Iraq, Afghanistan, Palestine and Lebanon.
"Talks between the two countries' officials can be influential in alleviating global problems particularly in the world of Islam," he added while voicing his country's support of Iran's legal and correct nuclear stances.
... Payvand News - 12/29/07 ... --