Both officials, who were in Germany to attend a security conference, exchanged views on economic relations, developments in region as well as Iran’s nuclear deal, according to Iran’s Foreign Ministry’s official website.
During the meeting which was held on the sidelines of Munich Security Conference, Kyung-wha expressed solidarity with Iran over a terrorist attack on Iranian forces on Wednesday that killed 27 people.
She also voiced her country’s willingness to sustain the age-old relations with Iran regardless of the Western sanctions against Tehran.
Despite the US pressure on the East Asian country to cut economic ties with Iran, Seoul have been trying to keep the ties.
South Korea’s is one of Iran’s biggest economic partners.