To counteract unilateral US sanctions against the people of Iran, Ireland has placed on its agenda pursuing cooperation with Iran in the health sector as well as the fields of treatment and trading pharmaceuticals, said the speaker of the Irish Senate.
The two countries have numerous trade capacities, Denis O’Donovan added, speaking at a meeting with the Chairman of Iranian and Irish Parliamentary Friendship Group Mostafa Kavakebian, who headed a delegation to Dublin yesterday, IRNA reported.
He added that Ireland is very interested in expanding cooperation with Iran in the field of generating renewable energies and producing food and dairy products.
Speaking in the same meeting, Kavakebian said Iran and Ireland adopt similar attitudes toward certain international and regional issues.
He added the two countries’ relations have been good and sustainable.