0215 GMT July 21, 2019
The sides are expected to discuss the main issues related to bilateral relations in the political as well as trade and economic areas during the upcoming visit, he said.
According to Dzhagaryan, "the signing of a number of agreements is planned within the visit and the sides are making up the list of those documents now."
"The agreement on vise-free travel for citizens of the two countries within tourist groups (from 5 to 50 people) is the most noteworthy," the ambassador said, adding that "this agreement will trigger the growth of tourist flow" between the states.
However, Dzhagaryan added, Russia and Iran are not negotiating total cancelation of visa scheme. "No talks on total cancelation of the visa scheme is underway so far," he said.
According to the envoy, the number of Russian tourists who traveled to Iran increased 13.5 percent in 2016.
"The number of Russian tourists (visiting Iran) in 2016 went up 13.5 percent, while the number of Iranians who visited Russia on tourist visas amounted to around 63,000 people, an almost 100 percent increase compared with 2015," he told TASS.