Deputy Foreign Minister Hossein Amir Abdollahian has said that Iran and Germany have common viewpoints when it comes to a realistic political solution to the crises in the Middle East.
An Iraqi politician says that things got better after Ayatollah Al-Sistani released a fatwa and the Popular Mobilization Forces –backed by Iran – fought with great bravery against ISIL terrorists.
The implementation of a moderate approach in a society which has suffered from dictatorship for decades and the scourge of terrorist groups is an uphill task, said Ammar Hakim.
Iran cannot remain indifferent to insecurity at its borders and is ready for closer cooperation with Kabul in the fight against terrorism and narcotics, said Rahmani Fazli.
Khabaronline, a news website, praises the astute statesmanship of Iran’s Foreign Ministry for helping the country refrain from fuelling tensions with Saudi Arabia at this critical juncture.
A senior Iranian Foreign Ministry official has said that Tehran stands by the Syrian people and government and that people in the Arab country should decide their future in a democratic process.
All sides should focus on finding a political solution to the conflict in Yemen, said Amir Abdollahian, stressing that use of force would certainly fail to resolve the crisis.
Foreign Minister Zarif has reaffirmed Iran’s firm support for the Syrian nation, saying Syria's fate should be decided by its own people without any foreign meddling.
The representatives of Palestinian and Lebanese groups call on Iran to tap its diplomatic potential to end sectarian strife in Syria, Lebanon, Palestine and Yemen.
Major General Hassan Firouzabadi has said that the resistance movement in Yemen will emerge victorious and that measures by the opponents of the Yemeni people will produce no results.
The Iranian president has said that Tehran and Ankara should draw up a joint plan to uproot terrorism, adding the current chaotic situation requires more cooperation between Iran and Turkey.
President Rouhani has said that no doubt terrorists will eventually suffer defeat and will be driven out of the region.
Every country should decide on its own internal affairs, Rahmani Fazli said in a meeting with Kerman’s Friday prayer leader Ayatollah Yahya Jafari.
Iran is against any kind of foreign intervention in the internal affairs of Syria, Iraq, Lebanon and Yemen; the US and its allies want to impose their will on the governments of these nations, said Velayati.
The Iranian top diplomat said Iran's first priority is to have solid relations with its neighbors and that policy has been reiterated especially ever since the new government took office.
A senior Iranian diplomat has said that positive signals are sent by Saudi Arabia and that Tehran seeks to see its ties with Riyadh return to previous levels.
The security problems railroad travel is exposed to in Turkey are far from settled, the managing director of the Islamic Republic of Iran Railways said.