The Iranian Foreign Minister Hossein Amir-Abdollahian said on Tuesday that relations between his country and Libya are moving in the right direction, adding that they can quickly implement the joint agreements.

In a meeting with the Deputy Prime Minister of the Libyan Government of National Unity and Minister of Health, Ramadan Abu Janah, in Tehran, Amir-Abdollahian expressed his satisfaction with the improvement of relations between the two countries over the past two years and said they had no restrictions on developing relations, according to the Iranian Fars News Agency.

"Tehran attaches importance to relations with Libya, and in this context, holding a joint committee meeting and a meeting between businesspeople from the two countries could be on the agenda." He said, pointing to the progress achieved by Iran in the production of medical equipment in recent years, and stressing that a joint health committee can be formed between Iran and Libya for cooperation between the two countries in the field of medical exchanges.

Meanwhile, Abu Janah expressed his satisfaction with his visit to Iran and confirmed the existence of well-established relations between the two countries for a long time. He stressed the expansion of relations, especially in the economic and medical fields, calling for the unity and solidarity of Muslim countries in the current circumstances. The two sides agreed to form joint teams and working committees to study proposals and enhance joint cooperation according to what Abu Janah.