Iran’s foreign minister Mohammad Javad Zarif on Friday called boosting ties with all Arab states as one of the Islamic republic of Iran’s priorities.
According to IRIB World Service, Zarif on the side line of The World Economic Forum (WEF) session in the Swiss city of Davos, discussed the final characteristics of resolving Middle East crisis and said: “Iran is seeking to establish stability and security in the region and tries to deepen goodwill ties with the Arab states.”
He referred to his recent visits to the Arab countries including Iraq, Jordan and Syria to discuss the regional issues and added: “Iran will not withhold any effort for ending violence and insecurity in the region.”
The Iranian foreign minister also expressed his readiness for going to Saudi Arabia at any time and reiterated, “Iran’s accord with 5+1 Group is a positive move in paving the way for Iran to promote ties with the regional states. There should not be any concern regarding Iran’s peaceful nuclear issue.”
In this meeting, the Jordanian Foreign Minister Nasser Joudeh said that his country stresses the necessity of peaceful resolving of Iran’s nuclear issue and supports Iran’s deal with 5+1 group.”
The foreign minister of Turkey, Ahmed Davut Oglu also called Iran-Turkey relations as historical and said, “There is an absolute security across the borders of the two countries and the economic and commercial relations will go on.”