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President while receiving new Nepali ambassador's credentials:

Iran willing to cement relations with Nepal in all fields/Defending oppressed people of Palestine means defending humanity, peace

Referring to the friendly relations between Iran and Nepal, President Rouhani stressed the importance of taking advantage of existing potentials and opportunities to further develop relations between Tehran and Kathmandu.

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Speaking in a meeting with the new non-resident Ambassador of Nepal to Tehran on Tuesday while receiving her letter of credence, President Hassan Rouhani said: "Development of stability and security in the world, especially friend countries, is very important for Iran and we can have positive and constructive cooperation in international stages, including the United Nations, Non-Aligned Movement and G77".

Referring to the killing of the innocent people of Palestine by the Zionist Regime, the President added: "Taking stances against the aggressions of the Zionist Regime and defending the oppressed people of Palestine is in fact defending the humanity and the path to global peace and stability".

Businesspeople and investors of the two countries can cooperate more closely with each other, he said, adding: "The Islamic Republic of Iran is willing to develop relations and cooperation with Nepal in trade, investment and cultural and tourism fields".

New non-resident Ambassador of Nepal to Tehran Sewa Lamsal presented her letter of credence to President Rouhani and stressed: "We are willing to cement relations with the Islamic Republic of Iran in all fields of mutual interest".

She also referred to the friendly and historical relations between the two countries and said that Iran and Nepal have close views and cooperation in international organisations and communities.

The government and people of Nepal favour peace and stability in the world, said Lamsal, adding: "We have always defended the Palestinian people's cause and will continue to do so".

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