FM: Iran supports peace and stability in the Balkans – political news
At a meeting held Thursday on the sidelines of the UN General Assembly in New York, Amirabdollahian and his Serbian counterpart Nikola Selakovic discussed relations between Tehran and Belgrade in various fields.
Amirabdollahian said Iran and Serbia have a geopolitical position in their respective regions, noting that Tehran has always supported peace and stability in the Balkans and regards Serbia as a country of strategic importance.
The Iranian Foreign Minister also described the long-standing friendly relations between the peoples of the two countries as an asset and noted that Iran has always supported the territorial integrity of Serbia and tried to support the country in the international organizations, according to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. website.
For his part, the Serbian Foreign Minister called the exchange of delegations between the two countries under difficult circumstances as a sign of the depth of bilateral relations, saying that Iran and Serbia have views, positions and similar values.
Selakovic spoke of the continued growth of the Serbian economy and described his country as a safe haven for investments.
He also noted that the Balkans need stability, peace and tranquility, and that Serbia tries to play a constructive role in this regard.
He eventually invited Amirabdollahian to attend a Non-Aligned Movement (NAM) commemoration meeting in Belgrade.