Moscow (IP): The Ambassador of the Islamic Republic of Iran in Moscow and the Deputy Foreign Minister of Russia discussed the situation in Idlib, Syria, the latest developments in Yemen, and other issues of interest.

Iran PressEurope: Kazem Jalali, and the Russian Deputy Foreign Minister, Sergei Vershinin, discussed bilateral relations and the latest regional and international developments on Tuesday.

The situation in Idlib, Syria, issues related to the Syrian Constitutional Committee, the implementation of the Astana process agreements, the situation of Syrian refugees and the ways to return to their country, Russia's plan to ensure collective security in the Persian Gulf, as well as the Yemeni conflict, were among the topics discussed during the meeting held between Jalali and Varshinin.

The Ambassador of the Islamic Republic of Iran in Moscow and the Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs of Russia also mentioned the cooperation of the two countries in international arenas such as the United Nations and the International Atomic Energy Agency as necessary.

During the meeting, Jalali praised Russia's position in supporting Iran in international forums, especially the Security Council and the International Atomic Energy Agency.

Russia's deputy foreign minister also condemned US allegations against Iran over human rights, calling Washington's politicization of the issue illegal, which is unacceptable from Moscow's point of view.

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