( IRNA ) - Iran and Yemen Monday in San'a discussed the latest developments in the region particularly the critical situation in Iraq.
In a meeting held between Iran's Ambassador to Yemen Hossein Kamalian and Yemeni Speaker of the Consultative Council Abdul Aziz Abdul Ghani, the two sides exchanged views on bilateral relations and stressed the importance of implementing agreements already signed by the two countries.
Abdul Ghani said senior Yemeni officials are interested in bolstering all-out ties with Tehran, adding that the two states enjoy historical bonds.
Expressing his concern over the lack of security in the region, particularly in Iraq, he urged all regional states to help establish security and stability there.
Kamalian, for his part, voiced Iran's readiness to strengthen relations with Yemen, saying mutual relations would benefit both nations.
Pointing to ongoing developments in Iraq and adverse consequence of foreign forces' presence in that country, he urged regional states to reinforce solidarity and help establish stability and security in that war-torn country.