Tehran (IP) - Iranian and Egyptian Foreign Ministers discussed the bilateral relations and the regional issues including what is going on in Palestine.

Iran PressIran news: In a telephone conversation on Sunday, Iran's Foreign Minister Hossein Amir-Abdollahian and his Egyptian counterpart Samih Shukri talked about the recent positive movements in the bilateral relations between Iran and Egypt, including the ways to develop relations based on the political will of the two countries' leaders.

Following the two FMs' meeting in Riyadh, the two sides agreed on the continuation of contacts and meetings to improve relations between Tehran and Cairo.

Shokri and Amir-Abdollahian discussed the Israeli crimes against Gaza and expressed concern about the continuous massacre of the people in Palestine and the dire humanitarian situation in Gaza, stressing the immediate termination of the war on Gaza and the large aid to the strip. 

The two seriously opposed any Israeli-cooked plan to forcefully relocate the people of Palestine from Gaza and stressed the international community's effective measures to prevent the Israeli regime from attacking Rafah in southern Gaza. 

Amir-Abdollahian also highlighted the important role of the resistance front against the Israeli regime in Palestine and considered his recent meetings with the leaders of Hamas and the Palestinian Islamic Jihad Movement positive. 

Approving a resolution on Monday, March 25, the United Nations Security Council (UNSC) called for an immediate ceasefire between Israel and the Palestinian group Hamas in Gaza, as well as the immediate and unconditional release of all hostages. 

The United States abstained from the vote.

Since the Israeli regime's war on Gaza on October 7, at least 32,785 Palestinians have been killed and 75,190 wounded in Israeli attacks on Gaza so far.


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