Iran and China; In Search of a Better Tomorrow

The Islamic Republic of Iran and China, realizing the circumstances prevailing in
the international system, have decided to develop their bilateral cooperation in a 25-
year horizon. This subject started during visit of H.E.Xi Jinping, the president of the
Peoples Republic of China to Tehran in 2016 and during this period generalities have
been discussed and exchanged in numerous interactive sessions and meetings. This
issue, which has been widely reflected in recent weeks and in political circles, can
be examined from the following aspects. Read More…

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