Tehran, Feb 3, IRNA – Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif, in separate meetings with his counterparts from Slovakia and Bosnia and Herzegovina discussed issues of mutual interest as well as regional and international issues.
During the meetings held on the sidelines of Munich Security Conference, the top diplomats also reviewed issues surrounding Iran’s nuclear negotiations with P5+1 and the latest developments in Syria.
Referring to a recent visit to Iran by the Slovakian prime minister, Zarif hailed growing relations between Iran and Slovakia, Zarif hoped for enhanced bilateral ties.
Meanwhile, the minister of foreign affairs of Bosnia and Herzegovina, in his meeting with Zarif, briefed the Iranian foreign minister on process of Bosnia joining the European Union.
The two foreign ministers also talked over Iran’s negotiations with the five permanent members of UN Security Council plus Germany which led to an interim deal in Geneva on November 24 — the first step to defuse a decade-long stand-off over Tehran’s nuclear program.
The Iran Project is not responsible for the content of quoted articles