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|Thursday, August 23, 2001, updated at 07:59(GMT+8)|
Reception Marks 30th Anniversary of Iran-China TiesIranian Ambassador to China Mohammad Hossein Malaek held a reception Wednesday to celebrate the 30th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between Iran and China.
Chinese Foreign Minister Tang Jiaxuan attended the reception.
Addressing the reception, Malaek said the Iran-China relations have developed rapidly since 1971, when the two countries established diplomatic relations.
Since Iran's Islamic revolution, political relations between the two countries have been constantly developed and deepened, and leaders from both sides have also maintained frequent contact, Malaek said.
In terms of economic relations, China has become one of the most important trade partners of Iran, he added.
Tang said since China and Iran forged diplomatic ties 30 years ago, efforts from both sides have invigorated their long-standing friendship, which dates back to ancient times, and their friendly cooperation in the political, economic and cultural fields has also recorded great progress with the promotion of the leaders from both nations.
Their cooperation in regional and international affairs is also becoming closer, Tang said.
At present, the Sino-Iranian political relations remain steady, and trade and economic ties are also developing fast, Tang noted, adding that the Chinese government is willing to continue its efforts in advancing the bilateral ties and making contributions to world peace and development.
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