Iranian Foreign Ministry: Contacts Between Iran and Egypt Have Not Been Interrupted At Any Time

Baghdad Iranian Foreign Ministry spokesman Saeed Khatibzadeh confirmed that contacts between Iran and Egypt have always existed and have not been interrupted at any time, despite their difficulties and twists, welcoming the normalization and development of relations between the major Islamic countries and considering them to serve the interests of the Islamic world and the region.

Khatibzadeh said in his weekly press conference today, Monday, regarding the convening of a meeting between Iran and Egypt: that contacts between Iran and Egypt have always existed and have not been interrupted at any time, but they were accompanied by difficulties and twists and turns.

He added, "We believe that normalizing relations between the major Islamic countries serves the interests of the Islamic world and the region, and we have always welcomed the normalization and development of these relations."

Regarding the next round of negotiations between Iran and Saudi Arabia, he said: “Let me not go into details in the general atmosphere, indicating that the negotiations serve the interests of the region and the Iranian and Saudi peoples, and will continue, in the way they want.”

Source: National Iraqi News Agency