tourists in Iran

Vice-President and Head of Cultural Heritage, Handicrafts and Tourism Organization Zahra Ahmadi met Tuesday with Colombia's Accredited Ambassador to Tehran Juan Alfredo Pinto Saavedra on expansion of cooperation in cultural heritage, handicrafts and tourism.

Iran needs to broaden its scope of activities in three fields defined as cultural heritage, handicrafts and tourism through broadening of international relations, she said.

Iran’s deeply rooted culture and civilization will be a good help in attaining the goal, Ahmadi added.

She went on to say that there exists suitable opportunity for Iran to absorb tourists and having very good relations between Iran and Colombia can help broaden the industry between the two countries.

Iran welcomes active presence of foreign investors in its tourism infrastructure, Ahmadi said.

Referring to the experiences of Colombia in the field of hotel construction, the official said that grounds for the expansion of cooperation in museum sector are well-prepared. 

Setting up tourism exhibition can help introduce Iranian-made handicrafts to the Colombian people while introducing their handicrafts in the Iranian market, Ahmadi added. 

Colombian accredited ambassador, for his part, described the two sides' relations constructive and developing.

Colombian officials are willing to broaden all-out cooperation with the Islamic Republic of Iran, the ambassador said. 

Prospects of Iran’s relations with the world are very promising, he added. 

Iran is against the unreal image depicted by some western media; he said, adding that Colombia has suffered a lot from such unfounded allegations.

Welcoming Iran’s proposal for setting up tourism exhibition, the ambassador said that Iran is very good at tourism and cultural heritage which can help bolster and broaden cooperation between the two countries. 

picture shows a Colombian woman trying frozen noodles with ice-cream, called "Faloodeh" in Iran.

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