Prolonged Crisis Not in Interest of Mideast States: Iran FM

Iran’s Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif says prolonging the current crisis in the relations between certain countries in the Middle East is not in the interest of any regional state.

Speaking in a meeting with his Croatian Counterpart Davor Ivo Stier on the sidelines of Oslo Forum, the Iranian FM called for an end to the current diplomatic row between Saudi Arabia and Qatar over what Riyadh and its Arab allies call Doha’s support for terrorism.

During the meeting the two sides exchanged views over regional developments, mutual cooperation, and expansion of economic and banking relations as well as investment opportunities.

For his part, the Croatian foreign minister said the crisis in the Persian Gulf can lead to instability in the Balkan region.

He called on the conflicting sides in the Persian Gulf to resolve their disputes through talks.

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