Foreign Policy

Articles and opinions about Iran’s diplomatic relations, including those related to major supranational bodies such as the United Nations and the Non-Aligned Movement.

Jaber Ansari

Iran Raps Saudi’s “Intentional” Attack on Embassy in Yemen

Iranian Foreign Ministry Spokesman Hossein Jaberi Ansari on Thursday strongly denounced a rocket attack by the Saudi regime on the Iranian embassy in Yemen’s capital, stressing that the move was an “intentional” act by Riyadh that runs counter to international laws.

Iran, Kuwait diplomatic ties untouched: Envoy

Iranian ambassador in Kuwait has rejected media reports over reduction or severance of the diplomatic ties between Tehran and Kuwait.

Saudi Arabia needs to stop fueling tension in Mideast, Iran says

Zarif told a press conference with his Iraqi counterpart the Saudis have moved against measures taken by Iran to contribute to the restoration of peace and unity in the region.

Iran denies reports of Kuwait downgrading ties

The Kuwaiti ambassador traveled to his country only for consultation, an informed source at Iran’s Foreign Ministry said.

Iran supports peace, stability in Afghanistan: Rouhani

Iran favors a secure, stable and united Afghanistan, President Rouhani told the visiting Chief Executive of Afghanistan Abdullah Abdullah.

Saudi Arabia is seeking confrontation with Iran

The Foreign Ministry spokesman has said that JCPOA and relations with regional and international powers are national issues which should be excluded from partisan and factional bickering.

Iran considers Afghanistan’s security its own: Leader

Ayatollah Khamenei said unity among various ethnic groups in Afghanistan is the most important solution to the problems the country is facing.

Cutting Iran ties can’t hide Saudi crime: President Rouhani

Criticism should not be responded to with beheading,” President Rouhani said at a meeting with the Danish foreign minister.
Head of Iranˈs negotiating team to the expert meeting, Hamid Baeedinejad

Diplomat: Severance of Iran Ties One More Saudi Mistake

Director General for Political and International Affairs at Iran’s foreign ministry Hamid Baeedinejad said the international political think tanks and even the allies of Riyadh affirm that the Saudi rulers’ problem with Iran is Tehran’s increasing power, which is a result of the Islamic Republic’s prudent policies in the region.
vice- president , eshagh jahangiri

Jahangiri: Afghanistan’s security highly important for Iran

Iran's first vice-president has said that the security and stability of Afghanistan is highly important for the Islamic Republic.

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