Outsiders' presence in region to create bigger problems

Iranian President Ebrahim Raeisi said Thursday that the Islamic Republic of Iran is opposed to the presence of outsiders in the region who claim to be trying to resolve issues.

The Iranian president made the comments in a meeting with the visiting Deputy Prime Minister of Armenia Mher Grigoryan in Tehran on Thursday where he also said that not only does the outsiders' involvement in the regional issues result in no solutions but it cause bigger problems.

He described relations between Tehran and Yerevan as historical, friendly, and constructive.

Touching on the issue of Caucasus, he said that Iran attaches importance to maintaining the stability and security in the region.

Raeisi welcomed the peace talks between Armenia and the Republic of Azerbaijan, expressing Iran’s readiness to ensure the strategic security of the Caucasus region given the red lines of the Islamic Republic in this regard.

He supported the full implementation of all agreements between Tehran and Yerevan, saying that the realization of the cases requires efforts and the joint economic commission of the two countries to pursue them.

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