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Europe to pay part of the cost of the fight against drug transit

According to an IRNA report from the House of Nation on Tuesday, Vahid Jalalzadeh, during a meeting with the Danish Ambassador in Tehran “Jasper War”, referring to the long-standing relationship between Iran and Denmark, said: Has been.

The head of the National Security and Foreign Policy Committee of the parliament stressed the need to develop parliamentary relations and added: “The Islamic Consultative Assembly is ready to promote relations and cooperation with the Danish parliament and forming friendship-parliamentary groups in the parliaments of the two countries help.

Jalalzadeh added: “Continuous talks between specialized commissions will lead to the promotion of relations and the facilitation of relations between the two countries.”

He went on to point out the importance of increasing economic and trade interactions between the two countries: “Proper use and careful planning of economic and industrial capacities in the two countries can help to ensure the economic interests of the two nations.”

Referring to the developments in the Middle East, especially in Afghanistan, the representative of the people of Urmia in the Islamic Consultative Assembly said: “Terrorism and foreign interference have always been the two main problems in Afghanistan that have caused insecurity in this country.”

Jalalzadeh added: “The policy of the Islamic Republic of Iran is always to establish stability and peace in the region without the intervention of extra-regional countries, and experience has shown that the presence of US forces in Iraq and Afghanistan has led to the growth of terrorism, insecurity and crisis in these countries.”

In another part, recalling the activities of the Islamic Republic of Iran in the fight against drug trafficking and the martyrdom of several thousand young Iranians in this way, he stated: The transit of drugs from the borders of Afghanistan to Europe has imposed great costs on our country and is necessary EU countries should play a more effective and active role in this struggle and pay part of the costs.

The head of the parliament’s National Security and Foreign Policy Committee concluded by emphasizing the need to strengthen joint security and intelligence cooperation in the fight against terrorism, extremism and terrorist groups based in Europe.

Denmark believes in reviving Burjam

“There are good parliamentary relations between the Danish and Iranian parliaments, and we hope that continuous parliamentary talks and consultations will be developed in the future,” said the Danish ambassador to Tehran, Jasper War, referring to the long-standing and historical relations between the two countries.

Recalling the decrease in economic interactions between the two countries, he said: “Despite the sanctions imposed on the Islamic Republic of Iran, the Danish government is trying to revive economic relations between the two countries.”

“Denmark believes in reviving Burjam,” he said.


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