Angela Merkel's government has asked all parties to solve all the issues regarding Iran peacefully.

Iran Press/ Iran News: On the verge of Mike Pompeo's visit to Berlin next week, German government urged for a peaceful solution to tensions between Iran and US, Iran Press reported, quitting Anadolu agency.  

Speaking at a news conference in Berlin, deputy government spokeswoman Martina Fietz said recent tensions with Iran over its nuclear program and its role in the region would be among the topics of Merkel-Pompeo meeting on May 31.

“As you know the Federal Government believes that all the issues regarding Iran can only be solved in a peaceful way, through talks and agreements. And of course, the Chancellor would express this position during her meeting with Mr. Pompeo,” she said.

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