Iran and Qatar foreign ministers discuss regional security, developments
The foreign ministers of Iran and Qatar talked about a range of bilateral and regional issues, including certain suspicious moves and mischievous acts by the US in the Persian Gulf.
Iran's Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif and Qatar's Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs Sheikh Mohammed bin Abdulrahman Al Thani discussed the latest issues in bilateral ties and regional developments in their telephone conversation on Tuesday.
The Iranian foreign minister elaborated on Tehran's views about the necessity for the participation of all regional countries in the establishment of comprehensive stability and security, without foreign interference and free from any tensions.
He also pointed to certain suspicious moves and mischievous acts by the US, and stressed that the responsibility for the consequences of any possible adventure will fall on Washington, the Iranian government’s official website reported.
Last week, the Qatari foreign minister said dialogue between Iran and Persian Gulf littoral states would contribute to peace and stability in the region, stressing that for Qatar safety issues in the region are a “priority.”