Iran has dynamic relations with most of regional countries

Iranian Foreign Ministry Spokesperson says that Iran has favorable and dynamic relations with most of the regional countries and its neighbors.

Iranian Foreign Ministry Spokesperson Nasser Kan'ani made the remarks while speaking at his weekly press conference at the 24th Iran Media Expo in Tehran on Monday.

He stated that Iran has good relations with most of its neighbors, noting that the trade exchanges between Iran and the neighboring countries have increased due to the development of economic relations.

He also considered using regional and multilateral mechanisms as another achievement in Iran's foreign policy.

The senior Iranian diplomat stressed that Iran expanded its relations with Asian countries to establish dynamic and balanced relations.

Iran’s membership in some important mechanisms, including BRICS, strengthening relations with the Eurasian Cooperation Organization, and signing comprehensive long-term plans with some countries shows the country's dynamism in boosting commercial and political relations, he added.

He said that the government has seriously focused on the development of economy-oriented relations and will follow this issue, adding that focusing on all national capacities, especially in the field of commercial development is the core of Iran’s foreign policy.

Iran requests another OIC meeting over Gaza

Referring to Algeria's proposed resolution to the UN which has already been vetoed by the US, Kan'ani stressed that the US wants to prevent maintaining international peace and security.

Regarding Iran's diplomatic efforts since the beginning of the Gaza war, Kan'ani stated that Iran's foreign minister requested holding another meeting of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) meeting in a phone call with its Secretary General, expressing Iran's readiness to host the second meeting of the organization's Foreign Ministers.

Iran opposes foreign forces presence in Iraq

Elsewhere in his remarks, he said that Iran and Iraq relations are at best conditions and the two countries seek to expand their cooperation in various fields.

He noted that the two governments emphasize the development of relations in various economic and commercial fields and the strengthening of security relations, especially in the field of countering terrorism and joint securing borders.

The security agreement is one of the measures and security cooperation of the two sides, he said, adding that the talks between the security officials of the two countries regarding this matter are ongoing.

The senior diplomat continued that Iran considers the implementation of this agreement in favor of the security of the two countries, stressing that Iran is opposed to the presence of foreign forces, believing that their presence in Iraq will not ensure the security of this country.

He added that the people and government of Iraq will decide in this regard, noting that Iran supports the decision of the people and government of Iraq in the withdrawal of US forces.

ICJ should take serious action against Israel's crimes

Regarding South Africa's request to add new orders to its complaint against the Zionist regime in the International Court of Justice, he said that Iran believes that the court must show its responsibility regarding this issue.

He added that Iran supports any legal actions of the countries against Israel including the decision of the African Union summit on Sunday which called for an immediate end to the Zionists' crimes.

Iran's principled approach regarding Afghanistan 

Regarding the UN Doha meeting on Afghanistan, Kan’ani stated that Iran emphasizes the need for the help of all countries and international organizations to improve peace, stability, and security in Afghanistan and create better conditions for the people of that country.

He added that Iran’s presence at the Doha meeting was according to Iran's principled approach regarding Afghanistan.

Iran concerns over fate of Munich Security Conference

Regarding the recent meeting of the Munich Security Conference, Kan’ani expressed Iran’s concern regarding the way that the organizers hold this event against the goals of its founder. He said that this shows that the organizers of this conference are following the wrong path by presenting the views of those who have a history of committing crimes.

Referring to inviting the criminal officials of the Zionist regime instead of Palestinian representatives, he said that it is unfortunate that the Munich Security Conference has become a forum for making unfair and dishonest statements against independent countries.

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