Iranian FM visits Kuwait to discuss regional issues
Azerbaijan, Baku, May 20/ Trend D.Khatinoglu/
Iranian Foreign Minister Ali Akbar Salehi visted Kuwait to discuss regional and international issues, Mehr News Agency reported on Sunday.
A delegation group composed of some political and parliamentary individuals accompanies Mr.Salehi in Kuwait.
The Agency didn't mention Salehi's agenda apparently in the talks with Kuwaiti officials, but Iran has sharply protested against Saudi Arabia-Bahrain "union plan" during last week.
Saudi-led Gulf forces rolled into Sunni-ruled Bahrain in March 2011 to boost the kingdom's security forces which a day later crushed month-old Shiite-dominated protests.
During last week Saudi Arabia and Bahrain discussed security union plan, but Iran says "they should be aware that with this kind of plot they will not stop the popular movement in Bahrain and the movement of Islamic awakening in the region".
Salehi also wants to deliver the Iranian president's invitation to Kuwaiti leader to participate in a Non-Aligned Movement meeting planned to be held in Tehran late summer.