Iran, Estonia Discuss Mideast Crises

Iran, Estonia Discuss Mideast CrisesIran, Estonia Discuss Mideast Crises

Deputy Foreign Minister for Arab and African Affairs Hossein Amir-Abdollahian and the visiting Estonian Foreign Ministry’s Director General for Political Affairs Paul Teesalu exchanged views on the ongoing crises in the region and ways to resolve them. At the meeting held in Tehran on Saturday, Teesalu hailed Iran as a significant and influential country, saying that updated information about Tehran’s stance on the latest developments in the Middle East can help the Baltic country devise its Middle Eastern policies.

The two diplomats also exchanged views on ways of resolving crises facing the region, including the fight against terrorism, Tasnim News Agency reported. Amir-Abdollahian elaborated on the latest situation in Syria, Yemen and other regional countries, and briefed the Estonian diplomat on the Islamic Republic’s principled policy on such issues.