Mehdi Safari, leading a high-level business delegation, arrived in the Ugandan capital Kampala on Thursday.
Upon arrival, he held talks with Ugandan President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni Tibuhaburwa to discuss bilateral relations.
While offering warmest greetings to the leader of the Islamic Revolution and the President of Iran, he recalled his previous visits to Iran and said that he had received three former Iranian presidents and was pleased to meet the current President of the Islamic Republic of Iran, Ebrahim Raeisi to receive in Kampala.
During the meeting, both sides stressed the need to strengthen political and economic cooperation at the international level.
In addition, Iran and Uganda agreed to hold an economic commission meeting in Tehran, export medicines, medical equipment, nano and biotechnology products, IT and orthopedic equipment to Uganda, cooperate and send a medical research group to Uganda to explore the path to explore cooperation on livestock diseases, purchase of agricultural products, cooperation on oil and energy, production of electric motorcycles and tractors in Uganda, and joint investments in relevant areas.
At these meetings, the two sides also agreed to hold a joint economic commission meeting between the two countries and strengthen cooperation in agriculture, health, medicine, building materials, veterinary medicine and banking services.