Iranian Foreign Minister Hossein had a phone conversation on Monday morning with the Holy See’s Secretary for Relations with States on the Zionist regime’s ongoing strikes on the defenseless Palestinian people, stressing that finding a political solution for the issue should be expedited.

Iran PressIran news: During the phone conversation, the Iranian foreign minister touched on the content of the letter he recently sent to the Holy See’s Secretary for Relations with States regarding the deteriorating humanitarian situation in Gaza and appreciated the responsible stance adopted by his counterpart in the Vatican as well as the Pope and stressed the trend has to continue.

Amir-Abdollahian stated, “In the current situation, there are two paths ahead of us; one, the path of trying to find a political solution and we are still making efforts and holding talks in this path, and the other one is the continuation of the war and the possibility of spreading its scope.”

The Iranian foreign minister also expressed, “We believe that the Palestinian crisis should fundamentally be resolved and the political solution is holding a referendum under the aegis of the United Nations among all the original residents of Palestine, including Christians, Jews, and Muslims.”

For his part, the Holy See’s Secretary for Relations with States, while emphasizing the political solution, clarified the Vatican’s views on stopping the conflict and delivering humanitarian aid to the people in Gaza.

Gallagher stressed that a political solution could prevent the expansion of the war. 219

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