Amb: Persian Gulf states to welcome Iran's views with P4+1

Kuwait City (IP) - The Iranian ambassador to Kuwait said that the Persian Gulf littoral states would welcome the approach of Iran's views with the P4+1 and finally the P5+1.

Iran PressMiddle East: Referring to Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif's visit to Qatar, Iraq, Oman, and Kuwait at the same time as the nuclear talks, Mohammad Irani said on Tuesday that the Foreign Minister's visit to the region coincided with the Vienna talks chaired by Deputy Foreign Minister indicates the fact that Iran foreign policy apparatus is paying attention to regional issues.

The Iranian ambassador to Kuwait stated: "Regardless of the results of the foreign minister's visit in the field of Iran's bilateral relations with these countries, Zarif's visit was made at the right time and will bring good achievements for the Islamic country's diplomacy."

Irani described the Persian Gulf region as very important in the foreign policy doctrine of the Islamic Republic and added: "Persian Gulf countries have very close relations with the West and the United States in the past due to their political and governance structures, and therefore always worried about possible tensions between Iran and the United States, and these concerns have continued to this day."

He said: "The Persian Gulf littoral states see their country's security affected by tensions between Iran and the United States, so it is natural that they welcome the approach of our country's views with the P4 + 1 and finally the P5+1."

Iran's top diplomat, stating that this view of the Arab countries of the Persian Gulf is also reflected in their behavior and is obvious, noted: Arab countries are interested in being informed of the results of the latest talks in Vienna and Baghdad and this regard, this trip is important for them. It was high.

There are positive signs of easing tensions between Saudi Arabia and Iran.

Irani recalled the recent remarks of Saudi Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman and his welcome to reduce tensions and improve relations with Iran, adding: "The series of developments that are taking place are showing positive signs of reducing regional tensions. Whether the internal developments influence these remarks in the United States and the change of power in this country or the progress of the nuclear negotiations or the developments in Yemen, are considered positive in any case."

The Iranian ambassador to Kuwait reminded of Iran's continuous proposals to reduce tensions in the Persian Gulf over the past years and said: "The Islamic Republic had always welcomed disputes through negotiation and peaceful means during these years when tensions had risen with some countries on the Persian Gulf, especially Saudi Arabia."

He called Saudi Arabia one of the most important and influential countries in the region, adding: "Continuation of the negotiation process can draw clearer horizons for the countries of the region."


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