DPM MoFA Union Minister meets Acting Foreign Minister of Iran on the sidelines of 19th Asia Cooperation Dialogue (ACD) Ministerial Meeting

Deputy Prime Minister and Union Minister for Foreign Affairs U Than Swe who is now in Tehran to attend the 19th Asia Cooperation Dialogue (ACD) Ministerial Meeting met Dr Ali Bagheri Kani, Acting Foreign Minister of the Islamic Republic of Iran and the current Chair of Asia Cooperation Dialogue (ACD) at 10 am Iran Standard Time on 23 June 2024 in Tehran.
During the meeting with the Acting Foreign Minister of Iran, the Deputy Prime Minister and Union Minister for Foreign Affairs appraised the Myanmar Government’s efforts to ensure peace, development and democracy in the country and the latest developments of Myanmar.
Furthermore, the two Foreign Ministers cordially exchanged views on further strengthening of friendly relations between Myanmar and Iran as well as closer collaboration in the regional and international fora including cooperation in the ACD.
Myanmar Ambassador to Iran U Moe Kyaw Aung and senior officials from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Ministry of Energy were also present at the meeting.
The ACD Senior Officials’ Meeting was held on the morning of 23 June 2024 and Myanmar delegation led by U Than Htwe, Director General of the Political Department of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs attended the said meeting. — MNA

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