Tehran (IP) - Iranian Foreign Ministry Spokesman made comments in response to a question by reporters on the report published by one of the media outlets on the end of the Doha talks.

Iran PressIran News: “The two-day negotiations are not yet finished and today in the evening, another meeting will be held between the chief negotiator of the Islamic Republic of Iran Ali Bagheri and the European coordinator Enrique Mora,” Nasser Kanaani said.

“The talks in Doha were planned to be a two-day discussion from the very beginning and during the consultations of yesterday and today, the present sides exchanged viewpoints and offered proposals on the remaining issues.”

Kanaani added that the two-day negotiations in Doha are being held in a professional and serious atmosphere.

MFA spox condoles with family of martyred border guard

Iranian Foreign Ministry Spokesman Nasser Kanaani has also expressed regret over the martyrdom of Mohammad Sayyad. 

Iranian Foreign Ministry has expressed profound regret over the martyrdom of Mohammad Sayyad, who was one of the proud border guards of the Islamic Republic of Iran and sympathized with the esteemed families of the martyr and all border guards of the Islamic Republic of Iran.

Nasser Kanaani also stressed that relevant officials are investigating the dimensions of the tragic incident that led to the martyrdom of the treasured border guard of the Islamic Republic of Iran in the Milak border area, and the details will be immediately announced after the issue comes to light.

Kanaani also referred to the meeting between Iran and Afghanistan for joint border talks noting that Iran expects the relevant officials of the Afghan caretaker government to take serious action to clarify the dimensions of the incident, punish the perpetrators and adopt the necessary measures to prevent such incident from taking place.

According to media reports, Sayyad was shot dead by armed outlaws who had plans to cross the border from Afghan soil on Tuesday.


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