Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif and his Kyrgyz counterpart, Erlan Abdyldaev, held talks on topics of mutual interest in India’s northern city of Amritsar.
According to Tasnim dispatches, in the meeting held in Amritsar in the state of Punjab on Sunday, Zarif and Abdyldaev explored avenues for expansion of relations between Tehran and Bishkek in all fields.
It was held on the sidelines of the 6th conference of the ‘Heart of Asia-Istanbul Process’.
Zarif arrived in Amritsar on Saturday to join representatives from nearly 40 countries and leading groups, like the European Union, for the conference.
Held on the theme of “Addressing Challenges, Achieving Prosperity”, the heart of Asia conference explores ways to effectively deal with the threat of terrorism in the region, with a focus on Afghanistan.
Senior officials from 14 member countries, including China and Russia, and representatives of 17 supporting nations have attended the event to discuss the issues facing the region.