Iran’s foreign minister due in Moscow for Caspian summit

Iran's Foreign Minister Hossein Amirabdollahian has highlighted the special status of the Caspian Sea in Iran’s neighboring policy as he prepares for a trip to Moscow to attend the annual summit of foreign ministers from Caspian littoral states.

Amirabdollahian is set to depart for Moscow in the coming hours to participate in the annual gathering of foreign ministers from Caspian Sea coastal countries, where bilateral and regional issues will be discussed.

Before departing Tehran on Monday, Amirabdollahian took to social media to stress the importance of regional cooperation in addressing shared challenges.

“The significance of cooperation and collective participation is notable in the face of diverse economic opportunities and environmental challenges in this region,” he said.

Amirabdollahian also underscored the Caspian Sea's role as a catalyst for fostering multilateral trade relations among the littoral states.

“The Caspian Sea, as a catalyst for the growth of multilateral trade relations among the coastal countries, holds special importance in the neighboring policy of the Islamic Republic of Iran,” the foreign minister added.

During his Moscow visit, in addition to meeting with his Russian counterpart, Amirabdollahian is expected to hold bilateral discussions with other participating foreign ministers.

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