Tehran (IP) - Welcoming the development of relations between Tehran and Cairo, the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Iran expressed his hope that due to the foreign policy of the 13th administration, there will be a serious opening in the relations between Iran and Egypt.

Iran PressIran news: Hossein Amir-Abdollahian, the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Iran, said that the interests sections of the two countries are active in Tehran and Cairo, and at the head of these offices there is an ambassador-level person from both sides. Therefore, there is an official channel for contact and communication directly between Iran and Egypt.

Amir- Abdollahian stated that, of course, some countries have made efforts to encourage Egypt and the Islamic Republic of Iran to improve the relations between the two countries.

The head of Iran's diplomatic service also said about the resumption of relations between Tehran and Riyadh, that the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Saudi Arabia announced its new ambassador to Tehran on Tuesday last week, and Iran will soon announce its new ambassador to Riyadh.

Amir- Abdollahian also said about the re-installation of the International Atomic Energy Agency's cameras, a good thing has happened, and that is that Iran always criticized Rafael Grossi for interacting with Iran instead of political, technical, and technical behavior in the matter of the Agency.

Emphasizing that Tehran expects the IAEA to abandon its political approach, Iran's foreign minister said, the more the IAEA moves away from the political approach and moves towards technical cooperation, the more the way for more agreements will be opened.

Amir- Abdollahian also noted that Iran continues to receive messages from the Americans through mediators and also sends messages to the Americans. One of the special tasks of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Iran is to try to remove sanctions and make them ineffective, and measures have been taken in this regard.


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