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Iranian, Azeri FMs confer on bilateral, regional issues

During the telephone conversation, issues that arose following the results of recent meetings held between the co-chairs of the Azerbaijan-Iran State Commission on Economic, Trade, and Humanitarian Cooperation, and further steps to be taken were discussed.

In addition, the contribution of high-level meetings and interdepartmental contacts between the two countries to the development of Azerbaijani-Iranian relations was highly appreciated, Trend News Agency reported.

Hossein Amir-Abdollahian once again recalled his meeting with the President of the Republic of Azerbaijan Ilham Aliyev as part of his visit to the country to participate in the ministerial meeting of the Non-Aligned Coordination Bureau.

At the same time, the ministers discussed the necessary measures for the complete normalization of relations between the two countries.

Bayramov, for his part, noted that, despite the peace proposals and initiatives put forward by Azerbaijan aimed at normalizing relations in the region, the military-political provocations of the Armenian leadership against the territorial integrity and sovereignty of Azerbaijan harmed these efforts.

The parties also exchanged views on other issues of mutual interest.

Iranian Foreign Ministry Spokesperson Nasser Kan’ani in his weekly presser on Monday, September 11 stated that Baku authorities notified Iran that they have no intention to carry out a military attack and that the recent movements are a conventional military action on the eve of the winter season, as the movement in the mountainous areas becomes more and more difficult.

Tehran is critical of the security of the common borders with its northern neighbors and it assures that the country’s borders are safe, and it continues to follow the developments in the Caucasus with seriousness, he underlined.


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