The Foreign Ministry spokeswomen said insisting on wrong issues would result in nothing but wasting opportunities in the region and delaying the resolution of the crises.
Iranian Foreign Ministry Spokeswoman Marzieh Afkham has advised neighboring countries to stop policies which have set the region on fire and adopt dialogue to solve problems.
In response to statements by Saudi Foreign Minister Adel al-Jubeir in a press conference in Washington, Afkham said, “Our neighboring countries should end their support for extremist groups and terrorists, and for the killing of innocent people of Yemen and creating waves of refugees in Syria and Iraq.”
Emphasizing the need for taking a realistic and constructive stance to safeguard peace and security in the region, she reaffirmed that insisting on the wrong issues would result in nothing but wasting opportunities facing the region and delaying the resolution of the crises.
“The Islamic Republic of Iran believes that negotiations are the best solution for settling the regional crises through political means,” Afkham said, advising the neighboring countries to resort to negotiations instead of dangerous military games.