Azerbaijani and Iranian Foreign Ministers Discuss Regional Cooperation and Stability

Baku – On November 18, a significant phone conversation took place between the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Azerbaijan, Jeyhun Bayramov, and his Iranian counterpart, Hossein Amir-Abdollahian. The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Azerbaijan initially reported this diplomatic engagement.

According to Azeri-Press News Agency, the ministers focused on various bilateral and regional issues requiring resolution, as well as the current regional situation. They acknowledged the significance of ongoing regional format work, emphasizing that increased efforts in this area could enhance peace and stability in the region. Additionally, the ministers touched upon other topics of mutual interest.

Later in the day, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Iran also reported on this conversation, confirming the discussions between Bayramov and Amir-Abdollahian. The Iranian Ministry’s report highlighted the conversation’s focus on the current state and future prospects of Azerbaijan-Iran relations.

Both ministers underscored the importance of strengthening regional dialogue and cooperation frameworks, specifically advocating for approaches independent of external regional influences. They agreed on the crucial role of active regional formats in fostering regional peace.

During their conversation, the ministers also exchanged views on a range of multilateral and regional issues. They expressed satisfaction with the current strengthening of bilateral relations and emphasized the necessity to further enhance and solidify cooperation in both regional and international contexts.

This dialogue represents a continued commitment from both Azerbaijan and Iran to work collaboratively on regional issues, aiming to promote peace and stability in their respective areas and beyond.