Iranian Foreign Minister Hossein Amirabdollahian revealed on Sunday that he will hold a meeting “in the near future” with his Saudi counterpart Prince Faisal bin Farhan bin Abdullah.
The Iranian government has proposed to Saudi Arabia three locations for the meeting, he revealed, citing the latest messages with Riyadh since the countries agreed to re-establish ties.
Amirabdollahian told a news conference in Tehran his country had agreed to such a meeting, although he did not list the three locations or say when such a meeting might take place.
Moreover, he added that ties with Riyadh had returned to normal after five rounds of talks in Baghdad.
On the Yemen crisis, the FM said the issue “is an internal Yemeni affair. We are working with Saudi Arabia on ensuring the stability of the region.”
“We will not accept any threat against us from neighboring countries,” he went on to say.
Amirabdollahian revealed that he will visit Moscow next week to discuss regional and international affairs.
He said Tehran had requested concrete evidence from Ukraine that proves that Iranian drones have been used in the war with Russia.
On relations between Iran and Egypt, he said: “We welcome the development of ties with Egypt as it plays an important role in the Arab world.