Iran's foreign minister who is in Geneva to attend the World Refugee Forum meeting met the Tunisian Foreign Minister at his residence to discuss the Palestine issue.

Iran PressEurope: Iran's Foreign Minister Hossein Amir-Abdollahian expressed satisfaction with Iran and Tunisia's strong relations, highlighting their high-level political ties.

He stressed the importance of expanding relations across various domains, including economic, commercial, scientific, technological aspects as well as tourism sector.

He hailed Tunisia's wise stance on Palestine, emphasizing the Islamic Republic of Iran's enduring and influential support for Palestine.

Iran top diplomat underscored the imperative for Islamic nations to decisively support Palestine against the ongoing war crimes and brutal attacks by the Israeli regime in Gaza and the West Bank.

Amir-Abdollahian referenced the blow to the dignity of the Israeli regime on October 7 and its failure to achieve significant outcomes despite committing brutal war crimes against Palestinian citizens in the past two months. He stated: "They lack the capability to dismantle the resistance groups or subdue the Palestinian nation. Currently, America is devising post-war political strategies to compensate for the Israeli regime's defeat, a matter Islamic nations should be mindful of."

He extended an invitation to his counterpart to visit Tehran.

Nabil Ammar, Tunisia's Minister of Foreign Affairs, in turn, expressed contentment with the meeting and emphasized the need for collaborative efforts to elevate relations to a higher echelon.

He stressed the necessity of taking more effective steps toward enhancing ties, particularly in economic and commercial spheres, aligning with their political relations.

Tunisia's minister of foreign affairs conveyed gratitude to the Islamic Republic of Iran for its unwavering support for Palestine.

Regarding the Palestinian issue, he stated: "In Tunisia, we ardently support the cause of Palestine,  firmly believing that killing the Palestinian nation won't lead to any gains."

Expressing appreciation for Amir-Abdollahian's invitation, Tunisia's foreign minister expressed readiness to visit Iran at the earliest opportunity.


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