Iran welcomes Saudi Crown Prince’s statement of reconciliation

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Iran welcomes Saudi Crown Prince's statement of reconciliation
Iran welcomes Saudi Crown Prince's statement of reconciliation

Tehran: Iran has welcomed Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman’s statement of reconciliation and expressed hope that the political differences between the two countries will soon be resolved.

According to the International News Agency, Saudi Arabia’s Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman had expressed his desire for good relations with Iran in a recent interview, on which Iran welcomed the statement of reconciliation and said that reconciliation is the key to peace in the region. The establishment is possible.

A statement issued by the Iranian Foreign Ministry said that Iran and Saudi Arabia are two important countries in the Islamic world that can work together for peace and stability in the region.

Spokesman Saeed Khatibzada further said that the two countries could enter a new era of dialogue and cooperation through constructive thinking and positive dialogue, which paved the way for development and brotherhood in the region.

Bitterness between Saudi Arabia and Iran escalated in 2016 after a Shiite cleric was beheaded in Riyadh and relations have been severed since then, but the Financial Times revealed that on April 9, with the cooperation of the Iraqi prime minister, The high-level delegation met in Baghdad.

Saudi Arabia and Iran have rejected the Financial Times report, but top foreign ministry officials in both countries have indicated they welcome reconciliation talks.

Bitterness between Saudi Arabia and Iran escalated in 2016 after a Shiite cleric was beheaded in Riyadh and relations have been severed since then, but the Financial Times revealed that on April 9, with the cooperation of the Iraqi prime minister, The high-level delegation met in Baghdad.

Saudi Arabia and Iran have rejected the Financial Times report, but top foreign ministry officials in both countries have indicated they welcome reconciliation talks.

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