Persian Gulf Needs Dialogue, Cooperation: Iran’s Zarif


Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif, who is on an official vacation to the Azerbaijani capital of Baku, says the Persian Gulf area involves dialogue and cooperation.

“We have generally welcomed our neighbours in that regard, and will do so in the upcoming,” Zarif instructed reporters on arrival in Baku.

He also touched on his tour of the Caucasus area, which will afterwards get him to Russia, Armenia, Georgia, and Turkey.

Zarif claimed the excursion experienced been delayed, and that he is incredibly content to see he has been capable to make this stop by.

“In addition to Azerbaijan, I will travel to Russia, Armenia and Ga in the coming times, and probably to Turkey in the middle of following 7 days,” he additional.

He underlined the key problem on the agenda of the talks during these visits will be regional cooperation “which is pretty important to us.”

“Holding consultations on regional cooperation with these nations around the world which have quite fantastic and close bilateral ties with the Islamic Republic of Iran is among the most crucial objectives of this journey,” he said.

The prime Iranian diplomat added he will sit down for talks with officials of the Azerbaijan Republic on January 25, 2021 to explore the reconstruction of the Karabakh area, the standing of Karabakh and cooperation in purchase to preserve the steadiness of that area.

He reported he will also go over transportation issues as perfectly as the completion of the South-North and South-West Transportation Corridors for the duration of his trip.
Zarif is scheduled to go away Baku for Moscow on the following leg of his whistle-halt regional tour.