News ID: 204444
Published: 0708 GMT November 16, 2017

Iran, Belarus keen on boosting cooperation

Iran, Belarus keen on boosting cooperation

Iran’s Ambassador to Belarus Mostafa Oweisi and Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Belarus Andrei Dapkiunas explored ways of boosting mutual cooperation in a meeting in Minsk on Wednesday.

The two officials also discussed regional and international developments, bilateral issues including exchanging high-ranking delegations and holding meetings of joint commissions and cooperation in the international circles, IRNA reported.

Dapkiunas described regional situation as sensitive after waning of the power of the Daesh terrorist group, urging all countries to keep vigilance about the consequences of the event as well as prospects of moving of the phenomenon in future to other countries.

Oweisi, for his part, said that following the collapse of the terrorist and Takfiri groups power in the Middle East, certain regional ambitious leaders are seeking to create tensions in the region to cover up their domestic crises. 

Those countries accuse Iran while they are bombing defenseless children and women of Yemen and pushing the country toward one of the huge human catastrophe through placing blockade on the impoverished nation, he said. 

Dapkiunas is scheduled to travel to Tehran to participate in the meeting of Iran-Belarus Political Consultative Committee.

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