Iran’s Foreign Ministry Spokesman Seyyed Abbas Mousavi says the country has received “good feedbacks” from regional countries after sending them letters on the necessity of regional peace, particularly through the Hormuz Peace Endeavour (HOPE) initiative.
Speaking in a press conference in Tehran on Sunday, Mousavi said the Hormuz Peace Endeavour (HOPE) initiative and its details, unveiled by our president during the UN General Assembly, have been submitted to “seven regional countries” as well as the UN Secretary General.
“It has yielded good reactions. We have received good feedback both from regional countries and the UN and Security Council member states. There are details which we prefer not to mention for now. But in general, the reactions are good,” he noted.
“Discussions are underway in those countries. As far as we know, these countries will even collectively review the plan proposed by Iran. God willing, we hope this benevolent step by the Islamic Republic of Iran will be welcomed by these countries, and we would hopefully witness security and stability in our region, especially in the Persian Gulf,” he went on to say.
“Let me give the details once the process is over and the time is ripe for making it public.”