Iranian foreign minister holds talks in Qatar after visit to Oman | News

Iran’s foreign minister is on a regional visit and talks to resume the 2015 nuclear deal continue in Vienna.

Tehran, Iran – Iran’s foreign minister held high-level talks in Qatar following a visit to Oman, countries that had tried to broker a 2015 nuclear deal between Iran and the United States.

Hussein Amirabdullahian landed in Doha in the early hours of Tuesday to meet Amir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani and Foreign Minister Mohammad bin Abdul Rahman Al Thani.

Iran’s foreign ministry said Amirabdollahian and the emir discussed the latest developments in Vienna. Negotiations continue Restoring the nuclear deal with world powers by lifting U.S. sanctions and scaling back Iran’s nuclear program.

After a months-long hiatus, talks began in Vienna in late November to resume the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), which is officially known as the agreement.

U.S. unilaterally exit the deal In 2018, under former President Donald Trump, indirectly involved.

The parties have recently agreed that progress has been made in intensive talks, but more needs to be done to reach a final agreement.

Western parties continue to warn that time is limited due to Iran’s advances in nuclear technology. But Iran, which insists it will never seek nuclear weapons, said it only wants a “good deal” to fully restore the nuclear deal and enjoy its economic benefits.

Amirabdollahian and Al Thani also discussed ways to improve bilateral relations on Tuesday, which they said is a priority for both countries. Amirabdollahian also said that Iran is ready to strengthen ties across the region “bilaterally or polygonally.”

Conference in Oman

Amirabdollahian met longtime Sudanese deputy Fahd bin Mahmoud al-Said in Muscat on Monday on a range of bilateral, regional and international issues.

According to Iran’s foreign ministry, he briefed Saeed on the latest developments in Vienna and said Iran had proposed practical solutions and was serious about reaching an agreement.

Amira Abdullahian also said that Oman is a major priority in President Ibrahim Raisi’s foreign policy to develop close ties with regional neighbours, and Iran wants to further develop political, economic and cultural ties.

The pair also discussed Yemen, where Iran and Saudi Arabia struggle to support each other seven years of civil war.

Oman recently facilitated the transfer of Iran’s top envoy to Yemen after falling ill.Hassan Irlu Died in Tehran A few days later, Iran accused Saudi Arabia of delaying his transfer.

In addition to meeting Omani Foreign Minister Syed Badr Al-Bhusaidi, Amirabu Dorahian used his visit in Muscat to meet with Yemen’s Houthi chief negotiator Mohammad Abdullah Salam sat down.

Iran’s foreign minister told him that Iran wants to end the war in Yemen and believes that only dialogue between different local factions can lead to a stable political future.

“This is an issue in Yemen, and Yemen-Yemen talks can determine the country’s political future,” he said, according to the foreign ministry.

Tehran and Riyadh have so far held four rounds of direct Iraq-hosted talks to resolve Yemen and bilateral hostilities. A fifth round is expected soon.