Foreign Ministers of the Islamic Republic of Iran and Egypt discussed the current developments in Palestine in a phone call.

Iran PressIran news: Iran's Foreign Minister Hossein Amir-Abdollahian, in this conversation on Monday night, referring to the position of Iran and Egypt as two important Islamic countries, considered the continuation of consultations between the two sides regarding ways to end the current crisis in Palestine.

Mir-Abdollahian also stressed the importance of the upcoming meeting of heads of Islamic countries in Riyadh and expressed readiness for the continuation of joint consultations between Tehran and Cairo.

Amir- Abdollahian emphasized the readiness of the Red Crescent Society of the Islamic Republic of Iran to send humanitarian aid to Gaza through Egypt.

Sameh Hassan Shoukry, the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Egypt, in this telephone conversation, while explaining Egypt's measures to deliver international humanitarian aid to the residents of Gaza, appreciated the positions and efforts of the Islamic countries and the Islamic Republic of Iran in this regard.

Sameh Hassan Shoukry also emphasized the continuation of bilateral and multilateral consultations to help stop the war and establish a ceasefire in Gaza and send humanitarian aid to its people. 219

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