Iran and the Netherlands call for diplomacy and dialogue to clear up misunderstandings
Ali Bagheri Kani, Iran’s chief nuclear negotiator. (Credit: Wikipedia). Image source: IANS News
Tehran, August 28: Iran’s Foreign Ministry said in a statement that Iran and the Netherlands stressed the need to resort to diplomacy and dialogue to clarify misunderstandings.
In a phone call, Iranian Deputy Foreign Minister for Political Affairs Ali Bagheri Kani and his Dutch counterpart, Marcel de Fink, discussed bilateral relations and cooperation, especially in the consular sector, according to the statement posted on the ministry’s website on Sunday.
Baqeri Kani was quoted by the New China News Agency (Xinhua) as saying that Iran and the Netherlands have new conditions in bilateral cooperation, which is expected to expand further if the two sides commit themselves to that.
He added that resorting to continuous dialogue and consultation has always been Iran’s first choice in its relations with the Netherlands, despite the differences between them.
For his part, the Dutch official stressed the importance of holding dialogues between the two countries and said that diplomacy can help correct misunderstandings.
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