The foreign ministers of Iran and Turkey strongly condemned Israel's recent barbaric attacks on the Gaza Strip, as well as the assassination of resistance front commanders and the martyrdom of a group of defenseless Palestinian people, including innocent children.

Iran PressIran news: In a telephone conversation on Wednesday evening, Hossein Amirabdollahian and Mevlut Çavuşoğlu discussed the latest regional and international developments and exchanged views on issues of mutual interest.

Amir Abdollahian, while offering his condolences on the days of Muharram, strongly condemned the Zionist regime's brutal attack on Gaza, the assassination of resistance commanders, and the martyrdom of a group of defenseless Palestinian people, especially the killing of innocent children.

He thanked the Turkish government for expressing its solidarity with the victims of the recent floods in Iran and for sending the shipment of humanitarian aid.

The Turkish foreign minister emphasized that the killing of civilians and especially Palestinian children by the Zionists is unjustifiable and inhumane.

The two sides described the recent visit of the Turkish President to Tehran as positive and exchanged views on the agreements and achievements of the 7th meeting of the Iran-Turkey Supreme Cooperation Council.

Referring to the recent negotiations in Vienna to lift the sanctions, the Iranian Foreign Minister said: "We have conveyed our views to the United States through the Europeans. We hope that the American side will be realistic and accept the legitimate demands of the Islamic Republic of Iran and pave the way for an agreement on the final text."

Çavuşoğlu also expressed his hope that the Vienna negotiations will soon come to a conclusion in order to secure the rights of the Iranian nation and the common interests of all parties.