Bolivia's leftist president is in Iran for talks with leaders including President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad. The talks are expected to focus on energy and on diplomatic relations. State-run TV showed the two presidents, Evo Morales and Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, reviewing a guard of honor at the sprawling presidential palace in Tehran on Monday. Bolivia, which has large natural gas reserves, wants help from oil and gas powerhouse Iran to further develop its energy sector. During a visit to Bolivia last year, Ahmadinejad promised the country US $1 billion in investment money aimed mostly at developing its oil and gas industry.