Alwaght- Iranian Foreign Minister said on Monday the Islamic Republic was moving “on the right track” to materialize a “balanced” and “dynamic” foreign policy approach in light of the latest breakthroughs in Iran’s foreign policy,
In a post on his Twitter account, Hossein Amir-Abdollahian said that he has recently talked to top diplomats from several countries and that he will soon hold talks with his Russian counterpart, Sergei Lavrov, in Moscow.
“In recent days, I exchanged views with the foreign ministers of Austria, Australia, Oman, Qatar, Kuwait, Turkey, the UAE, Switzerland, Pakistan, Malaysia, Saudi Arabia, Libya and Syria,” he wrote.
“I will soon meet with the Russian foreign minister in Moscow. The realization of the administration’s balanced foreign policy and dynamic diplomacy is on the right track.”
Iran’s current administration, led by President Ebrahim Raeisi, is pursuing a policy of mending rifts and boosting relations with neighboring, regional and trans-regional states.
On Sunday, Amir-Abdollahian held a telephone conversation with his Saudi counterpart, Prince Faisal bin Farhan Al Saud.
It was the second phone call between the two top diplomats in less than a week.
During the call, the two sides discussed the latest status of a recent agreement between Tehran and Riyadh to revive ties as well as a joint bilateral meeting during the ongoing Muslim holy month of Ramadan.
They also spoke about the constructive path of ties between Iran and Saudi Arabia.
Earlier this month, Iran and Saudi Arabia agreed to resume their diplomatic relations and reopen their embassies and diplomatic missions after seven years of estrangement. China mediated the rapprochement between the two Middle Eastern powers.
In a joint statement, Tehran and Riyadh highlighted the need to respect each others’ national sovereignty and refrain from interfering in the internal affairs of one another.
They agreed to implement a security cooperation agreement signed in April 2001 and another accord reached in May 1998 to boost economic, commercial, investment, technical, scientific, cultural, sports, and youth affairs cooperation.