Iranian Foreign Minister Ali Akbar Salehi said the country is ready to boost mutual ties with Egypt to the level of ambassador.
Salehi referred to the election of Mohamed Morsi as Egypt's President, saying Morsi has turned a new chapter in Egypt's foreign policy.
Iranian Foreign Minister added the Egyptians took an important step by electing Morsi as their president.
Salehi called the current bilateral relations with Egypt in all aspects positive.
Iranian senior official expressed hope that the landscape for Egypt's foreign policy would be better than the past and the new government of this country would take more serious steps to establish deeper relations with the Islamic World.
Egypt's Supreme Presidential Electoral Commission announced Morsi as the winner of the county's presidential runoff on June 24. He picked up 13.2 million votes out of just over 26 million ballots.
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