FM: 13th Gov’t’s foreign policy based on dynamic diplomacy, intelligent interactions

Iranian Foreign Minister Hossein Amirabdollahian said that the 13th government’s foreign policy is based on balanced and dynamic diplomacy and intelligent interactions.

Hossein Amirabdollahian who was speaking with the IRIB News Network’s Frontline tonight elaborated on he Islamic Republic of Iran’s latest foreign policy developments for the Iranian nation.

The Iranian top diplomat in response to the program anchor’s question on recent diplomatic traffic in Tehran, said the foreign policy of the 13th government of President Raisi is based on a doctrine that is balanced diplomacy that is both dynamic and inclusive of intelligent interactions.

Amirabdollahian said that in the framework of that foreign policy doctrine one of the major priorities is evermore cooperation and interactions with the neighboring countries, and another one is focusing on cooperation with the Asian countries.

“That is because Asia is the new phenomenon of the current century in which we are living and this continent has many capacities, a part of which are in our neighboring countries,” he added.

He said that if you had read the news about the president’s trips during the past 11 months you would have noticed that "we have tried to activate the inactive parts in our diplomatic relations with our neighboring countries.

Amirabdollahian said that in the field of Iran’s northern neighbors, and some countries, like Turkmenistan, Azerbaijan, and Kazakhstan, they each have very important capacities, both in bilateral cooperation, and in direct interactions with Iranian provinces.

He said that enough dynamism in that field did not exist in the foreign policy of the Islamic Republic of Iran before the new government’s tenure.

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