The CEO of the Tourism and Automobile Association of the Islamic Republic of Iran and the President of the International Automobile Federation emphasized in a telephone conversation on strengthening relations and developing joint cooperation.
According to IRNA on Friday, Mohammad Hossein Sufi, in a conversation with Mohammad bin Salim, congratulated him on his recent election as FIA President and sent and published a 100-day report on his presidency over the International Automobile Federation. He considered the clarification of the issues and a sign of his goodwill and commitment to the Fia family.
The director of the Tourism and Automobile Association of the Islamic Republic of Iran added: “Since the beginning of your presence and presidency, good changes have taken place in the governing body of the FIA.” In this regard, we have started a transformation and expanded program in the center of Iran, and we are now witnessing the desired results.
He invited Mohammad bin Salim, President of the International Automobile Federation (FIA), to visit Iran and visit the current activities in the field of automobile, tourism, road safety and mobility, as well as the business development and diversification programs of the Iran Center.
I am proud to be a Muslim
Mohammad bin Salim, President of the International Automobile Federation (FIA), also congratulated Iran and the Tourism and Automobile Association of the Islamic Republic of Iran on their election as FIA President, congratulating them on the forthcoming Eid al-Fitr.
He said: “I am proud to say that I am a Muslim and my name is” Muhammad “and I am from a Muslim country and live in the Middle East.” I have put the FIA’s rule at the service of Muslim countries and the Middle East, and this is a valuable achievement for all of us.
The President of the International Automobile Federation expressed his satisfaction with the stabilization of the management body of the Iran Tourism Association and added: “No one can ignore the position of Iran and its scope and facilities in the mobility sector.” We have to cooperate with each other, and I, personally and as the head of FIA, accompany Iran in this direction.
“Despite FIA’s presence in France, we will not forget our friends,” he said. Is. However, with the management of qualified individuals, I promise FIA members that in the next two years, there will be no shortage of support and funding from the International Automobile Federation for road safety projects.
He announced his readiness to travel to Iran to expand and deepen cooperation, both internationally and bilaterally with the UAE Motor Club, adding: “The hospitality and culture of the Iranian people is incredible and commendable.”