Tehran (IP)- Iranian Foreign Minister Hossein Amir-Abdollahian held talks on the phone with Indian Minister of External Affairs Subrahmanyam Jaishankar on regional issues as well as the Zionist regime’s criminal actions in the occupied Palestinian territories.

Iran PressIran news: During the phone conversation, the Iranian foreign minister stated, “India, as well as other countries in the region and other parts of the world, are expected to come up with initiatives within the framework of establishing truce in order to send extensive humanitarian aid to the oppressed Palestinian people in Gaza, stop the occupying forces’ inhumane moves to commit massive genocide and war crimes, and stop the forced displacement of the residents of the region.”

The top Iranian diplomat also warned if the Zionist regime continues its attacks, the situation in the region will become more complicated and the resistance forces will open new fronts, which in turn will lead to escalation and spillover of the conflicts in the region.

Amir-Abdollahian also briefed his Indian counterpart on the latest regarding the cooperation to launch the Chabahar Port project, noting that the two countries should hold more consultations in this regard and other issues of interest for both sides.

Meanwhile, the Indian minister of external affairs said the situation in Gaza is sorrowful, adding his country is closely following the regional developments.

He noted that India “believes that, despite the differences in tastes, joint measures and efforts are needed to improve humanitarian conditions in Gaza.”

Jaishankar further stressed that India is ready to play a role within the framework of the initiatives proposed by the Islamic Republic of Iran to help stop the military operations and prevent the spiraling and expansion of the crisis.

The Indian minister of external affairs also touched on some bilateral issues with Iran.


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