The Iranian ambassador to Russia tweeted referring to the upcoming visit of our Minister of Cultural Heritage, Tourism, and Handicrafts to Moscow about Iran and Russia group visa.
Kazem Jalali wrote on his Twitter page: “Next week, Ali Asghar Monsan, the Minister of Cultural Heritage, Tourism and Handicrafts, will come to Moscow to sign the executive document of the agreement on the abolition of group tourism visas between Iran and Russia.
According to this document, tourists from the two countries will travel to Iran and Russia through reputable tourism companies and with group visas.
Tourism is an important factor in recognizing the people of the two countries and strong support for the expansion of Iran-Russia relations.
“Promoting and balancing areas of co-operation is on the embassy’s agenda.”
On this subject, Mikhail Ulyanov, Russia’s representative to the UN in Vienna, tweeted on Saturday that the revival of the UN Security Council could have a positive impact on the situation in the Persian Gulf and pave the way for dialogue between regional countries on regional security issues. Open collective security in the area. Iran and Russia have a long history together on the Persian Gulf subject.
Based on that, he added: “Russia’s vision for collective security in the Persian Gulf was raised many years ago.” This plan has been modified and can be further updated in accordance with the views of the Persian Gulf countries.
Mikhail Ulyanov, Russia’s representative to international organizations in Vienna, tweeted: “As far as I know, the United States will re-join the UN Security Council as soon as the agreement is revived and sanctions are lifted, all better for the international relations and Iran and Russia it’s all benefits.”
Russia’s envoy to international organizations in Vienna said Washington would re-join the agreement after the revival of the UN Security Council and the lifting of anti-Iranian sanctions.