Qatari Prime and Foreign Minister Hamad bin Jasim bin Jabir Al Thani stressed Iran's effective and influential role in resolving regional issues and crises, Fars news agency reported.
The Qatari Prime minister made the statement during a meeting with his Iranian counterpart Ali Akbar Salehi in Doha on Sunday.
At the meeting, the two sides explored avenues for the further broadening of Tehran-Doha relations in all the various political, economic, trade and regional grounds.
The two ministers also exchanged views over ways to implement the agreements already signed by the two states, and conferred on possible grounds for cooperation, given the two countries' potentials and capacities.
Further in the meeting, the two top diplomats reviewed the latest developments in the Persian Gulf region, and stressed the necessity of interaction and cooperation among the regional countries to help establish security and stability in the region.
The Qatari official reiterated Tehran's influential role in solving regional problems, and said, "Resolving the problems of the region without using Iran's capacities, possibilities and partnership is not practical."
He also noted Tehran-Doha relations, and stressed that the two states have always enjoyed "good, close and constructive ties".
In similar remarks earlier today, Qatar's Crown Prince Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani said in a meeting with Salehi that Iran plays a key role in preserving peace and stability in the region.
Salehi arrived in Doha, at the head of a political delegation, earlier Sunday. The Iranian foreign minister met with the Arab country's top leaders, including Emir Hamad bin Khalifa Al Thani and Crown Prince Sheikh Tamim, over bilateral ties and regional cooperation.