Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif left Munich for Berlin for talks with German officials on issues of mutual interests as well as regional and international developments, Iran`s ISNA news agency reported on Feb. 3.
Zarif who traveled to Munich last Friday for the international security conference is scheduled to give speech at German foreign affairs council meeting.
He will have talks with managers of some large enterprises as well as some German TV channels and dailies.
Zarif joined a technical panel on Iran where he outlined Iran's foreign policy and peaceful nuclear activities.
The 50th Munich Security Conference started work in Munich on January 31 and ended work on February 2.
A total of 20 head of states and governments, 50 foreign and defense ministers and 10 heads of international organizations participated in the confab.
Among those invited to the conference -- widely regarded as the top annual gathering of political movers and shakers on global strategic issues -- there are the UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon, the Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov, the US Secretary of State John Kerry, the US Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel and the US national security advisor Susan Rice in addition to several American senators.