Iran’s FM in Jordan for talks on Syrian conflict
Azerbaijan, Baku, May 7/ Trend R.Zamanov
Iran's Foreign Minister Ali Akbar Salehi has arrived in Amman to hold talks with Jordanian officials and review ways of using regional capacities to resolve the Syrian conflict, ISNA reported.
Upon his arrival, Salehi warned that the escalation of violence in Syria will have impacts on the entire region that could be irreparable.
He stated that Iran and Jordan share a common view on the Syrian conflict, adding they both reject foreign intervention and favor measures that safeguard Syria's territorial integrity and national unity.
Top Iranian diplomat pointed to the presence of nearly half a million Syrian refugees in Jordan, saying that it has put a great deal of pressure on the Jordanian government and people.
Salehi noted that Iran is seeking initiatives to counter terrorism which has affected the whole region.
He went on to note that the Prime Minister of Qatar is scheduled to visit Tehran next week.