Iran, Azerbaijan stress resolving regional issues without foreigners' meddling

Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi and Azeri foreign minister Jeyhun Bayramov in a meeting on Monday called for resolving regional issues by the states of the region without interference by foreigners.

President Raisi met and held talks with Azeri foreign minister Jeyhun Bayramov in Tehran.

While hearing his detailed report on the increase in diplomatic consultations between the two states and its impact on the expansion of relations and cooperation in various areas of trade, economy and politics, President Raisi stressed the need for new openings in Tehran-Baku relations.

Pointing out that there are no restrictions on deepening and strengthening ties with Azerbaijan, the Iranian president added that bolstering bilateral relations can lead to effective regional cooperation.

President Raisi expressed hope that with the visit of the President of Azerbaijan to Tehran, they will see a leap in relations between the two states.

Referring to the significant enhancement in diplomatic ties between Iran and Azerbaijan and its significant impact on the level of cooperation and relations, Bayramov, for his part, noted that the volume of trade between Iran and Azerbaijan has increased significantly in the past year as well as in the first five months of this year.

He underscored that the Islamic Republic of Iran and the Republic of Azerbaijan agree that regional issues should be resolved by the states of the region without interference by foreigners.

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