Iranian Foreign Minister's diplomatic tour: A bid for regional stability

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2024-02-09 | 11:19
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Iranian Foreign Minister's diplomatic tour: A bid for regional stability

Report by Toni Mrad, English adaptation by Yasmine Jaroudi
 
Iranian Foreign Minister Hossein Amir Abdollahian's visit to Beirut marks his first stop in the region, with further discussions planned in Damascus and Doha.

His diplomatic tour aims to hold consultations with Lebanese and Palestinian officials regarding developments in Gaza, as well as bilateral and regional issues.

The timing of these talks is crucial for several reasons.

Firstly, negotiations for a ceasefire in Gaza are ongoing.

Secondly, the ongoing US-Iranian confrontation in the region persists, with both Iran and the US repeatedly emphasizing their reluctance to escalate the conflict.

Thirdly, US-Iranian discussions in Oman and Qatar have continued since the start of the Israeli offensive in Gaza, according to LBCI.

Simultaneously, a noteworthy statement from the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) to the American newspaper The New York Times regarding the Iranian nuclear file, one of the unresolved issues between Washington and Tehran, revealed that Iran had slowed its production of enriched uranium used for nuclear bomb-making.

The New York Times has interpreted this statement as Iran possibly seeking to ease its confrontation with the United States.

In conclusion, the negotiations addressed several regional issues to find solutions that deter war escalation.

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