With President-elect Ayatollah Seyed Ebrahim Raisi preparing to take the helm in less than two weeks, relations between Iran and Saudi Arabia are poised to be fully restored.
Iran’s Foreign Ministry Spokesman reiterated that Tehran would embrace dialogue with Riyadh to clear up misunderstandings, saying such talks do not necessarily require a mediator.
Iranian Foreign Ministry Spokesman blasted the Saudi government for barring Iran from attending a meeting at the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) headquarters in Jeddah.
Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif said Friday Iran sets no preconditions for talks with its neighbors in the region.
Saudi Arabia foreign minister said Wednesday the Arab kingdom was open to talks with Iran in the wake of heightened tensions in the Middle East.
TEHRAN (Iran News) – Past tensions between Iran and Saudi Arabia in recent days have been replaced by positive signals for engagement and negotiation; the signs are evident in the speeches and statements of the Tehran-Riyadh’s officials. According to a report by IRNA, After years of tension and disagreement in various fields between Tehran and […]
TEHRAN (Iran News) – Pakistan’s top diplomat said Prime Minister Imran Khan will travel to Iran’s capital Tehran on Saturday before heading to Saudi Arabia to try and ease tensions between the two Persian Gulf countries. Shah Mahmood Qureshi made the announcement of visiting Iran and Saudi Arabia on Friday, while talking to reporters in […]
TEHRAN (Iran News) – Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan will travel to Iran and Saudi Arabia in near future, the Pakistani media reported on Wednesday. Khan, who was on an official visit to China, returned to Pakistan on Wednesday to finalize his future trips to Tehran and Riyadh. Mehr quoted Pakistani media as saying. Sources […]