Iran serious in developing Chabahar trilateral agreement Political and military events
Iran's Hassan Rouhani has told India's Narendra Modi his country will remain committed to trilateral agreement on Chabahar, to which India is a party.
"The Islamic Republic of Iran is prepared to promote its ties with India to a strategic level," said President Rouhani in a telephone conversation with the Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
“It is essential for all parties to Chabahar agreement to address swift implementation of agreements as well as to advance plans agreed by the two countries,” Rouhani told Modi during the phone call which was initiated by Narendra Damodardas Modi.
He also highlighted joint bilateral cooperation on banking, trade and modern technology.
“Iran’s Chabahar port connects several countries, including India, Afghanistan and those in Central Asia; the port has found a symbolic position to represent Tehran-New Delhi cooperation," Rouhani emphasized.
Mr. Modi for his part congratulated Iranian nation and government on Islamic festival of Eid al-Fitr; “New Delhi is resolved to develop ties with Tehran in all fields," he said, concluding the phone call with an official invitation for President Rouhani to have an official visit to India.