Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Share on Reddit Share on Pinterest Share on Linkedin Share on Tumblr Iran’s President Hassan Rouhani will visit India this week for three days, Iran’s local media reported on Monday. Mr Rouhani is due to leave for India on Thursday to talk about “the most recent regional and worldwide improvements”. He was welcomed by Prime Minister Narendra Modi a year ago. India and Iran have worked together on key activities, most prominently the Chabahar port in southeastern Iran that was introduced in December. The port has been touted as a path for India to build up exchange courses that sidestep its opponent Pakistan, however the undertaking has seen various postponements. India has been a key buyer of Iranian oil and gas, and kept up exchange ties even as worldwide authorizations were forced on Iran over its atomic program in the vicinity of 2012 and 2016. Be that as it may, there have been strains in the relationship, with the nearby media in India detailing dissatisfactions over deferrals in granting an agreement to build up a noteworthy gas field known as Farzad B in the Persian Gulf. That drove India to declare it was lessening its oil imports from Iran in challenge in March 2017, driving Tehran to state it was confining credit lines to India.