The foreign ministers of Iran and the Republic of Azerbaijan discussed strategies for clearing up miscommunications and restoring normalcy to the ties between the two neighbors.
Hossein Amirabdollahian, the foreign minister of Iran, and Jeyhoun Bayramov, the foreign minister of Azerbaijan, spoke over the phone about the most recent developments in the ties between Baku and Tehran.
Throughout their lengthy chat, the two top diplomats emphasized the need of ongoing talks and the exchange of technical and expert delegations in order to address issues between Iran and the Azerbaijan Republic.
Amirabdollahian and Bayramov concurred that the proper management of the media environment would be beneficial, went over the most recent matters of shared interest, emphasized the need to clear up misunderstandings, and guided the two nations’ relations in the direction of a normal course that was consistent with good neighborliness and shared interests.
Iran, Azerbaijan Seek Resolution
Nasser Kanaani, a spokesman for the Iranian foreign ministry, said on Monday that Tehran pursues a policy of good neighborliness and the removal of visa requirements for citizens of Azerbaijan. He denounced attempts by the Zionist regime to deteriorate relations between Iran and the Republic of Azerbaijan.
He emphasized that the Zionist dictatorship, not Iran’s Islamic civilisation, should be the source of fear for the people of the Azerbaijan Republic.
The official emphasized that “our policy continues to be the abolition of visa requirements and the open arms for the Azerbaijani brothers and sisters.”
According to Kanaani, Iran adheres to the good neighbor policy within the parameters of reciprocal respect and adherence of neighborliness principles.