Iranian President:

Tehran(IP) - Stating that Iran does not accept any changes in the political geography of the region, the President of Iran said that Tehran is ready to use all its capacities to establish peace and stability in the Caucasus region and and its growth and development.

Iran PressIran News: In response to the phone call of Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan, Ebrahim Raisi described the relations between the two countries as historical and deep, emphasizing the necessity of planning to increase the level of sustainable economic cooperation between Tehran and Yerevan.

Referring to the conflicts of the past few days in the Caucasus, the President of Iran said: "The adherence of the signatories of the tripartite ceasefire statement to its provisions and the resolution of the remaining issues through dialogue and diplomatic solutions is the best way to create peace and security in the Caucasus region."

Referring to the strategic statements of the Leader of Iran's Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei in the recent meeting with the Presidents of Russia and Turkey regarding the sensitivity of the Islamic Republic of Iran to its borders in the Caucasus region and opposing any attempt to change them, Raisi clarified: "Iran will not accept any change in the political geography of the region and is ready to use all its capacities to establish peace and stability in the Caucasus region and its growth and development."

Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan also gave a detailed report on the recent conflicts between Armenia and the Republic of Azerbaijan in this telephone conversation. He also expressed his satisfaction with the development of Tehran-Yerevan relations and emphasised his country's readiness to facilitate the transit of goods between the two countries and to increase cooperation in the fields of infrastructure, including road and energy.


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