Iran, Kuwait FMs discuss bilateral ties, regional issues

Iran, Kuwait FMs discuss bilateral ties, regional issues
Iran, Kuwait FMs discuss bilateral ties, regional issues

Iranian Foreign Minister Hossein Amirabdollahian and his Kuwaiti counterpart Ahmed Nasser Al-Mohammed Al-Sabah, in a meeting in New York on Saturday, reviewed issues of bilateral significance, as well as ways to cooperate in the Persian Gulf region, and expansion of relations among neighbors.

The two foreign ministers met in the US city on the sidelines of a UN General Assembly meeting.

Amirabdollahian accompanied President Ebrahim Raisi who addressed the world leaders at the 77th UNGA meeting on September 21.

According to a report, Iranian Foreign Minister Hossein Amirabdollahian and his Kuwaiti counterpart Ahmed Nasser Al-Mohammed Al-Sabah, in a phone conversation on Thursday, exchanged views on different global and regional issues, as well as issues of mutual importance.

Speaking during the conversation, the Iranian foreign minister expressed hope that an Iran-Kuwait Joint Commission meeting will be held in the near future.

Amirabdollahian referred to the sacrilege of the Holy Quds by the Zionist occupiers of the Palestinian lands urging the need for the Muslim world to unite in the face of the Zionist crimes.

He hailed the stances of the Kuwaiti government and people in condemning the brutal acts of the Zionist regime and welcomed the continuation of a ceasefire in Yemen.

Amirabdollahian expressed hope that the human siege of Yemen will come to an end at the earliest and intra-Yemeni talks will resume.

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The Kuwaiti foreign minister, for his part, stressed the significance of further enhancement of relations between Iran and Kuwait in all political and economic areas.

Noting that Quds is the redline of the Muslim world, he said that the Islamic countries have to combine efforts to stand against the crimes of the Zionist regime.

He thanked Iran’s constructive stands in helping the ceasefire in Yemen and expressed hope that the ceasefire in the country will continue.

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