Iran relations with neighboring countries based on mutual respect

February 11, The Iran Project – Iran’s Consul General in Dubai and North of the UAE has stressed the mutual respect and trust in the relations between the Islamic Republic of Iran and the neighboring countries.

Alireza Bahrami made the remarks in Iran’s Consulate General in Dubai on the occasion of 38th anniversary of the Islamic Revolution.

Stressing Iran’s foreign policy to strengthen brotherly and friendly relations with the neighboring countries, Bahrami noted that Iran’s Consulate General in Dubai, like other Islamic Republic’s representatives abroad, takes steps towards the development of economic relations with the neighbors.

Meanwhile, Iranian Foreign Ministry spokesman Bahram Qassemi on Friday denounced some recent post published on the social media, depicting an alleged picture taken during the Revolution Day Rally in Iran, calling it a ‘suspicious image’.

Qassemi emphasized on Iran’s good ties with its neighbors, saying “what has been done has nothing to do with the good ties and the friendly constructive messages exchanged between the two nations,”

Moreover, in a meeting with Kuwait’s Foreign Minister Sabah Khaled al-Sabah in Tehran on Wednesday, Iranian President Hassan Rouhani said “the Islamic Republic of Iran’s foreign policy is improving friendly and brotherly relations with Muslim countries and neighbors based on mutual respect, good neighborliness and Islamic brotherhood.”