Deputy Foreign Minister for African and Arab affairs Hossein Amir-Abdollahian, who is in Moscow, made the remarks in a meeting with the Russian president’s representative. The two officials talked about the recent developments in Syria, Yemen, Palestine and fighting against terrorism. They also consulted about the latest political ideas for Syria’s crisis.
Amir-Abdollahian updated the Russian officials with his the latest talks held with Syrian President Bashar Asad and hailed Asad’s constructing ideas in political solutions.
Tehran and Moscow stressed the failure of security and military methods in Syria and the necessity of a political solution based on the joint role of the nation and the government as well as a political-oriented resistance and fighting against terrorism.
The two sides also agreed that the intensification of military actions in Yemen will complicate the situation which will lead to develop terrorism in the country, region and then the world. The two sides called on the UN to stop the war, prevent the humanitarian catastrophe and develop a political solution.
The Iranian and Russian official also talked about Palestine. Amir-Abdollahian condemned the Israeli regime’s desecration of Al-Aqsa Mosque and added “Dire consequences await the Zionist regime if they do not stop desecration of Islamic sanctities in Quds.”