Iran Thursday said it was ready to step up cooperation and share technical know-how with North Korea, as a top official from state held talks in Tehran, Iranian media reported.
Iran's Vice President Parviz Davoudi said there was no limit to expanding ties with Pyongyang after holding talks with North Korea's Vice Foreign Minister Kim Yong Il.
"Tehran sees no limit in expanding ties and cooperation with Pyongyang," Davoudi was quoted as saying by the student ISNA news agency.
Iran "is ready to offer its achievements in different fields but especially the economy, infrastructure and technical services for the progress of North Korea," he added.
According to ISNA, Kim Yong Il said that "North Korea wants to use valuable Iranian experience in all fields, especially investment and construction." He was later due to meet Foreign Minister Manouchehr Mottaki.
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