Publish date24 Jan 2022 - 23:59
Story Code : 535806

Iran briefs neighboring countries on Vienna talks: FM

According to the Iranian foreign minister, Tehran is apparently consulting with its neighbors about the Vienna talks and keeping them informed.
Iran briefs neighboring countries on Vienna talks: FM
The United States is involved in the talks indirectly.
Speaking in his presser on Monday, Foreign Ministry Spokesperson Saeed Khatibzadeh said: "What we see in Vienna talks (P4+1) is progress in four areas, and the parentheses have been reduced, and ideas have become words."
"All parties have agreed that the US should not withdraw from the nuclear deal again," at the same time, he added.  
Speaking at the First National Conference of Iran and Neighbors, Hossein Amir-Abdollahian said Iran's negotiations over the nuclear program with 4+1 are direct, and the US is non-paper and via Enrique Mora.
"Iran tries to extend ties with its 15 neighbors," the minister also highlighted.
Amir-Abdollahian noted: 13th administration is trying to prioritize its ties with neighboring countries.
He said that Iran aims to expand ties with its neighbors to stabilize and increase welfare security and meet all countries' interests, adding that implementing the policy will improve the country.
If Saudi Arabia comes to the right diplomacy track, Iran will get back to normal ties with, he said.
He also said that traveling to Moscow has significant achievements, adding Iran and Russia have agreed to sign an important long-term agreement.
He said that Iran is active and has extensive ties with the West and East.
The top diplomat noted Iran's President would trip to a neighboring country soon.
Highlighting Iran and Turkey have perfect ties, Iran's FM stated: President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan will visit Tehran.
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