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EghtesadOnline: Iran's Judiciary Chief Ayatollah Sadeq Amoli Larijani and Hossain Bin Ali Bin Zahir Al Hilali, the Attorney-General of Oman in a meeting on Thursday emphasized promotion of all-out ties between the two nations.

Referring to deep and close ties between Iran and Oman, Amoli Larijani called for continuation of consultations between officials of the two countries.

He also urged execution of bilateral agreements on extradition of convicts, reports IRNA.

Iran's Judiciary Chief urged the two countries to further cooperation in the field of Islamic Human Rights and also the Mina tragedy.

The Attorney-General of Oman for his part said that he will pursue execution of bilateral agreements between Tehran and Muscat.

He also welcomed Iran's proposal for adopting a coordinated stance on the international scene.

Oman would do its best to help realization of rights of the Mina victims, the official said.

Al Hilali arrived in Tehran on Tuesday. He met with his Iranian counterpart Mohammad Jafar Montazeri and the two officials inked a memorandum of understanding to develop bilateral cooperation on legal and judicial areas.

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