Deputy FM invited to Europe over ME issues

TEHRAN, Aug. 17 (MNA) – Iran’s Deputy Foreign Minister left Tehran for Germany and Switzerland to discuss crisis in the Middle East.

Hossein Amir-Abdollahian, the Iranian Deputy Foreign Minister for Arab and African Affairs, headed to Europe to meet with his Swiss and German counterparts.

Senior Iranian official’s travel came after the formal invitation made by officials of the two countries who asked Iran’s advice on the solution for the mayhem in Syria, Iraq and Yemen.

Extremism, terrorism and violence are the issues to be covered in the talks as Iran has offered its different road map for the issues.

Early in June, the Australian Foreign Minister Julie Bishop urged nations meeting in Paris to include Iran in talks on the campaign to stop ISIL, calling on Western nations like the United States and Britain to put their prejudices aside and invite Iran to talks on the conduct of the war.


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