Iranian and Hungarian foreign ministers reviewed bilateral relations and the latest developments in the West Asia region, especially Palestine.

Iran PressIran news: In a telephone conversation on Sunday evening, Hossein Amir-Abdollahian and Peter Siarto exchanged views on the promotion of bilateral relations and Palestine developments.

The Iranian foreign minister emphasized that "the Zionist regime's attacks on Gaza will complicate the situation and increase the possibility of the spread of war."

Amir-Abdolhian also highlighted the repeated violation of international laws and the spread of warmongering policies by the Zionist regime.

For his part, Hungary's Foreign and Trade Minister pointed out that dialogue and cooperation were the right solution to resolve regional conflicts.

He stated that Hungary "always wants to establish peace and save people's lives in such situations."

Siarto expressed hope for the end of this conflict in the Middle East and emphasized the need for all countries to bear responsibility and play their own parts.

In the conversation, the two sides expressed their satisfaction with the positive trend of relations based on mutual trust.