Britain's chargé d'affaires has traveled to Tehran for the first visit of its kind in two years, British daily The Guardian
The diplomat said: "I had a good first visit
back to Tehran today and want to thank the Iranian authorities,
particularly my counterpart Mr Habibollahzadeh, for facilitating the
trip. I held detailed and constructive discussions with the Iranian
ministry of foreign affairs about taking forward our bilateral
relationship on a step by step and reciprocal basis. I also visited our
embassy compounds to assess the damage caused in 2011...I intend to visit Iran regularly to continue the step by step process of improving relations between our two countries."
The renewal of diplomacy comes two years after London severed ties with Iran following the 2011 storming of it's embassy in Tehran.
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