Tehran (IP)- Referring to the Deputy Foreign Ministry's visit to the northwestern borders, the Foreign Minister Zarif said: "The Islamic Republic's initiative for a permanent solution to the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict will be presented today or tomorrow, and then we will follow it in Moscow and Yerevan."

Iran PressIran News: After meeting with members of the National Security and Foreign Policy Commission of the Parliament, Mohammad Javad Zarif said the developments in Nagorno-Karabakh were among the topics that commission members and I talked about.

Referring to َAbbas Araqchi foreign ministry deputy's trip to the border areas of northwestern Iran and his planned trip to Baku, Moscow, and Yerevan added, "The Islamic Republic has drawn up a plan to a permanent solution to the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict, which will be presented today and tomorrow, and then we will follow it coming days in Moscow and Yerevan."

 The presence of terrorists in the region is intolerable for the Islamic Republic

Noting that Azerbaijan's territorial integrity and peaceful solution to the conflict based on unchangeable international borders are the principles of Iranian diplomacy, Zarif stated: "There is a concern, and that is the presence of Takfiri terrorists and possibly other terrorists in the region. In this regard, we have clearly said that this is unbearable for the Islamic Republic."

The foreign minister also said that he had discussed economic diplomacy with members of the commission and the role that the foreign ministry could play in helping people livelihoods, export technical engineering services and Iranian goods. 

Zarif said: "We also discussed Iran's water rights from Helmand and our efforts with the Afghan government, especially the efforts that are being made based on the agreement for comprehensive cooperation and the joint water commission between the two countries and Iran's emphasis on the rights of the people, especially the people of Sistan and Baluchestan." 

According to Zarif, the JCPOA was another issue that the National Security Commission members questioned him about.


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