Zarif: We have not closed the door to negotiate with Saudi Arabia[/rtl]
[rtl]Release date: 2018/8/30 9:08 • 57 times scheduled[/rtl]
(International: al-Furat News) Foreign Minister Mohammad Jawad Zarif said that the Islamic Republic of Iran did not close the door to negotiate with Saudi Arabia.
"Our policy is to establish good relations with neighboring countries," Zarif said in an interview with the government's media council on Iran's relations with Berkazin countries.
"We currently have the best relations with the countries bordering the Caspian Sea, and we also want to develop these relations," he said.
He pointed out that Iran is not looking for problems with neighboring countries, and said: We seek to establish good neighborly relations with all neighboring countries.
"Iran does not seek to dominate the neighboring countries, and naturally rejects and rejects the domination of others.
Zarif stressed that the Islamic Republic of Iran is seeking to establish good relations with neighboring countries to find a strong region so that there is no ground for the presence of foreign forces, which happened in the Caspian Sea, as one of the most important consensus on the Caspian Sea is that the riparian countries will not allow foreigners to use its territory And its airspace against other countries in the region.
"It is unfortunate for us to turn our neighbors to foreigners, to the extent that the US president officially stated that some Arab countries in the Gulf can not stay without America for three weeks, and this is bad even for us to hear such talk about our neighbors" .
on the relations between Tehran and Riyadh , said Foreign Affairs of the Republic and Minister of Islamic Iran: that the current Saudi government does not seek to solve problems, even in some cases , they are trying to stir up tensions, we welcome the conduct of the pilgrimage this year better, and certainly if the Saudi government to prepare so Logically enter the MFA Political judgments, Iran did not close at all before political negotiations with Saudi Arabia. "
"But in reality we must accept that the Saudi government has always separated the issue of Hajj from its relations with Iran, especially in the past two years. We have to look at the circumstances without optimism," Zarif said.
"If the Saudi government is prepared to deal rationally with foreign relations, the doors of the Islamic Republic of Iran are always open to neighboring countries, and we are ready for that, and we hope that the positive behavior of Hajj will be generalized to other areas of other relations," Zarif said.