Iran would allow no country to disturb its relations with neighboring states, Foreign Ministry spokesman Ramin Mehmanparast said Tuesday.
He made the remarks during his weekly press conference while answering a question on recent attacks against Iranian offices in the Republic of Azerbaijan.
“Promotion of bilateral ties with our neighbors and establishment of stability and security along our border areas are among basic principles of our foreign policy,” Mehmanparast told domestic and foreign reporters.
He said that Tehran and Baku have been enjoying “cordial” relations due to their common historical, cultural and religious points.
The spokesman added that Iranian and Azeri officials are making efforts to solve any probable problem disturbing amicable ties between the two nations.